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“Towards A New Past” Book Review

What does “Towards A New Past” tell us about American history?

Bernstein, Barton J, ed. 1968. “Towards A New Past.” 2nd ed. New York, NY, United States: Pantheon Books.

Several texts have been published professing a “new” interpretation of American history. The collection of essays published as “Towards A New Past,” edited by Barton J. Bernstein, is no different. All the contributors to this volume have self-identified as…




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Shain E. Thomas

With an M.Sc. from the University of North Texas, I’m a freelance journalist and a social historian. #APStylebook #BBCStyleGuide

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