Editor's Corner: Introducing "Historians and the Legal System"

Shelley Bookspan
1998 The Public historian  
HISTORIANS ARE NOT STRANGERS to controversy. In the academy, anyone attending OAH sessions presenting revisionist interpretations of longstanding historical theses can attest to this. In the public arena, recent protests over historical exhibits appearing to challenge popular recollections of past events also underscore the essential, argumentative nature of our
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