How historical research benefits communities in the here and now
There is a popular aphorism, one that is often attributed to the British statesman Winston Churchill but which was likely first coined by Spanish-American philosopher George Santayana, that declares: “Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it.”Read more on How historical research benefits communities in the here and now
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