The problem with counterfactualism

As interesting as counterfactualism may be, we must be careful with its use. Paul Dukes warns against placing undue reliance on what might happen at the expense of what did.  

Soviets attacking the Czar's police in the early days of the March RevolutionIn 1901, in A Political History of Contemporary Europe Since 1814, the French historian Charles Seignobos asserted:

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