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How important is the study of the powerful, epoch-defining individual?
What did the violence in the bloodiest conflict in US history yield in the postwar era?
Empires have been part of human history for millennia. Are they, of necessity, a bad thing?
The worst kind of government – apart from all the others – faces increasingly tough challenges. Four leading historians consider its future.
Leading historians discuss one of the burning questions of the day.
Four historians consider the desirability of profound political change and the methods used to attain it.
Four historians consider one of the most contentious questions facing the West’s museums and galleries.
Four historians consider how their discipline can best reach a mass audience.
In the first of a new series, we ask historians one of the burning questions of the day.