SOURCE: Daily Beast
by David Perry and Matthew Gabriele
Medieval history gives insight into the way that history's judgment is far from automatic; powerful actors in their own time can prevent their deeds from being accurately assessed in the future by concealment, destruction of evidence, and a climate of elite impunity.
by HNN Staff
At the AHA, James Banner, Kathryn Olmstead, Kevin Kruse, and Jeremi Suri discussed how they revived a long forgotten report on presidential misconduct.
Featuring historians Jeremi Suri, Kathryn Brownell, James Banner, and Dane Kennedy. Hosted by the National History Center.
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