Radical History Review:
Cambridge University Press, Apr 24, 1991 - History - 166 pages
Includes articles by Imanuel Wallerstein ('Beyond Annales'), Nathan Huggins ('The Deforming Mirror of Truth: Slavery and the Master Narrative of American History'), Natalie Zemon Davis on women's rights historians and Tim Mason on Fascism.
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