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author ignores "powerful revisionism" but the book is still a gem?

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Submitted by dante (United States), Apr 29, 2022 at 14:01

confused by your parenthetical comment in the first paragraph: "(Before going further, note that he ignores the powerful body of revisionist history, limiting himself only to the increasingly discredited conventional history.)" one would imagine that the issues are well-known to specialists like DP. others could have used some annotation or citations to explanatory works.


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