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Sturgeon's House

The Whig Interpretation of History


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This is an excellent book that should be required reading for anyone looking to get their free speech[history] license. Even though some of the people he's criticizing have faded a bit into obscurity, his thesis speaks volumes to me.

It does open the door for severe crimethink. You've been warned.

If you're wondering what it's all about, this is a short and decent critique and summary (though I feel the author is being too hard on Butterfield - everything he points out should be obvious to all but the braindead).

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