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Many don't understand how history is created and MacMillan reminds us that history itself has a history.Published 3 months ago by ConsumerPro
Don't understand your star system. I rated 4 stars.
Have not finished reading yet.
We are all anesthetized by the common wisdom, lulled by stupid phrases like lessons of history. There's not much new here but Margaret MacMillan is good at reminding us to think &... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Thomas M. Lane
Author uses good examles to illustrate the twisted uses of history in significant decisions by leaders and public opinion. Authour writes in a manner which is easy to read.Published on February 8, 2014 by Ewing D Underwood
I thought that the book would be case studies of when history is misused. It does not go in depth of the historical circumstances as much as I expected or thought the author should... Read morePublished on July 1, 2013 by Matthew D. Swanson
I was required to read thus book for a class at school and I found it rather boring. The book was nothing like I thought that it was going to bePublished on April 25, 2013 by Corty