The New Obscurantism

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Santayana's commonplace observation that "Those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it" is not popular with professional historians, who suffer from chronic disagreement about what the past means, or whether it means anything at all. Such embarrassment is understandable: Since the First World War, the . . .

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