Includes bibliographies and index.
|LC Classifications||D16.2 .R4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 151 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||151|
|ISBN 10||0582361192, 0582361206|
|LC Control Number||81111881|
Cecil Blanche Woodman-Smith was a British historian and author of popular history books on the Victorian era, including The Great Hunger, Queen Victoria, The Reason Why, and Thin Men of Hadda. She was appointed CBE in , and received honorary doctorates from the National University of Ireland and the University of St. Andrews. She died in Cited by: Why we learn the wrong things from narrative history, and how our love for stories is hard-wired. To understand something, you need to know its history. Right? Wrong, says Alex Rosenberg in How History Gets Things Wrong. Feeling especially well-informed after reading a book of popular history on the best-seller list? Don't/5(13). Why study history? The answer is because we virtually must, to gain access to the laboratory of human experience. When we study it reasonably well, and so acquire some usable habits of mind, as well as some basic data about the forces that affect our own lives, we emerge with relevant skills and an enhanced capacity for informed citizenship. Peter K. Clarke - 10/9/ I support the above call for statistics, and on the text texts specifically. I checked the oldest () U.S. history textbook, on my shelf - a .
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