Essays in the study and writing of history

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Liberty Fund, Aug 1, 1986 - History - 580 pages
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History compels us to fasten on abiding issues and rescues us from the temporary and transient. Volume II brings together Acton's distinguished writings on history. Included is his famous Inaugural Lecture at Cambridge, "The Study of History." Writing on many diverse topics, Acton argues that history demonstrates progress and unity through the story of liberty and that the study of history should be impartial, based on archival research, and founded in moral judgment.

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