Professor Andrews' response appeared in the March 29th issue of "The New Yorker"
CSUEB professor responds to "The New Yorker" regarding the relevance of history
- April 7, 2010 11:00am
In a recent letter to The New Yorker, Dee E. Andrews, professor of history and a specialist in the Founding Era, commented on the importance of history for grappling with Americans' current political divide. “I was prompted to write the letter regarding “The Deflationist” article because it suggested, passingly but significantly, that the study of history isn't relevant to contemporary policy issues,” said Andrews.
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