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A '''historian''' is an '''academic''' who has decided that s/he knows more about what happened in the past than the people who lived there, and spends his/r life rewriting the past to suit his/r own predelictions, with selective attention to sources, especially where they seem to disagree with the New Truth
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A '''historian''' is an [[academic]] who has decided that s/he knows more about what happened in the past than the people who lived there, and spends his/r life rewriting the past to suit his/r own predelictions, with selective attention to sources, especially where they seem to disagree with the New Truth

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A historian is an academic who has decided that s/he knows more about what happened in the past than the people who lived there, and spends his/r life rewriting the past to suit his/r own predelictions, with selective attention to sources, especially where they seem to disagree with the New Truth