Facts, Dates, and History
by David A. Shannon - 1952
It is the purpose of this discussion to rectify misconceptions about what historians do and what they teach in their classes in this third quarter of the twentieth century, misconceptions that probably have their origins in memories of dull courses under uninspired teachers who used a now generally rejected approach.
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