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“It was profoundly true that movements of the spirit came first, and that events of history were consequences […]

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Today we begin to look at more recent works that influenced us — at least “recent” in historians’ […]

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In 1898, America embarked on its imperial project as it engaged a struggling colonial Spain in Cuba and […]

Earlier this month, William Mangoman Williams described how diplomatic history went from being the academy’s White Knight to […]