Truth and Academic Manners

October 1975
National Review;10/24/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 41, p1162
Presents information on the public reaction towards the book "Cold War Revisionism: Abusing History," written by Robert Maddox. Criticism of the content of the book which demonstrated that left-revisionist historians faked quotations and falsified documents in order to convict the U.S. of starting the cold war; Information on an article of journalist Warren F. Kimball, regarding the book, published in the periodical "The American Historical Review"; Views of Harvard historian Oscar Handlin on the Establishment Doctrine discussed in the book.


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