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Reflections On the Whig Interpretation of History

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Despite significant changes in historiographical fashion in the twentieth century for the writing of English history, obituaries for the Whig interpretation of history have proved premature. So pervasive has this phrase remained that, despite frequent attacks, it has transcended English history and entered the lexicon of many other areas of investigation. This process ensures that Whig history will remain a vehicle for conflicting interpretations of English history for the foreseeable future.

Affiliations: 1: University of Arizona

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2016-09-27

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