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Ep. 889 The Biases of Historians, Beneath a Magnifying Glass

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Paul Gottfried takes delight in skewering the historical profession and the biases that lurk beneath their pretensions to impartiality. We cover Otto von Bismarck, World War I, Germanophobia, and a lot more in this punchy episode. Show notes for Ep. 889

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Paul Gottfried takes delight in skewering the historical profession and the biases that lurk beneath their pretensions to impartiality. We cover Otto von Bismarck, World War I, Germanophobia, and a lot more in this punchy episode.

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About Tom Woods
Tom Woods
Thomas E. "Tom" Woods, Jr. (born August 1, 1972) is an American historian, political analyst, and author. Woods is a New York Times best-selling author and has published eleven books. He has written extensively on the subjects of American history, contemporary politics, and economics. Woods identifies as a libertarian and a proponent of the Austrian school of economics. He operates LibertyClassroom.com, a pay-for-access educational website that offers audio and video content on topics in history, economics, and philosophy.

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