James Ford Rhodes: The Man, the Historian, and His Work : with a Complete Bibliography of the Writings of James Ford Rhodes

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Greenwood Press, 1980 - Historians - 290 pages

This historiographical study attempts to analyze Rhodes' historical work and his views on history and its functions, and on the role of the historian. Specific attention is given to Rhodes' use of sources and to his reputation for objectivity in light of current standards of historical criticism.

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