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Would definitely recommend this to those who are in or interested in the Historical profession.Published 10 months ago by Sopko, Stephen Michael
A good read into how NOT to be a historian. You need to read this if you are a graduate student in history.Published 11 months ago by Karl Krotke
Well written but too tidy and too short. Would like to have seen more details about early 20th century viewpoints.Published 21 months ago by Sean Patrick Innocent Dineen
A decent book, though it is sort of lopsided against the old school. Read more
Past Imperfect is a remarkable book. It contains both an extensive commentary on recent instances of fabrication, plagiarism, and falsification by professional historians and a... Read morePublished on June 1, 2009 by Crazy Horse
This should have been 2 books: pages 1-139 and the rest. The descriptions of the misdeeds of the four malefactors, Bellesiles, Ambrose, Goodwin, and Ellis, don't come in detail... Read morePublished on April 17, 2009 by Dick Marti
I would only recommend this book to people who a really interested in not just history, but the profession of historian. Read morePublished on September 26, 2005 by Dan
Great transaction - the book was in excellent shape and sent in a timely manner. Seller is highly recommended!Published on September 5, 2005 by CrazyGradStudent
Regarding the Bellesiles affair: The Yale Law Review, The William and Mary Quarterly, Columbia University and countless other reputable sources have destroyed Bellesiles' claims. Read morePublished on April 20, 2005 by Harkin Banks