A Response: History in an Ahistorical World
by Hamilton Cravens ó 1997
Thomas S. Kuhnís The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962) and the new social history each challenged the reigning orthodoxy in their field. The author details his own personal account of how each had much to do with the development of his own sense of what history is and how to practice his craft.
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