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Re: Re:: Academics patronising attitudes?
In answer to Henry Root - the differing viewpoints of those who study
history is not a weaknes. It is a strength. Difeference and debate,
particularly when it concerns primary sources, is productive and healthy.
Whenn we all agree there is usually something wron.
Incidentally the one area of difficulty experienced in the Orkney debate
referred to was over quoting Frederick Pohl.As my talk and the bookwhich was
written about Prince Henry largely refuted some of Pohl's misconceptions,
that was a trifle ironic, but nonetheless productive
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