Myths About the Past Can Shape the FutureHistorians in the News
tags: historiography, myths
In the new book Myth America: Historians Take On the Biggest Legends and Lies About Our Past, a group of historians takes on how the myths and lies of our past affect our present and possibly our future.
Co-Editors and Princeton Professors of History Julian Zelizer and Kevin Kruse join us to discuss this new book
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