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History, 16.04.2019 02:31 makmcduffie2924

When making an interpretation of a past event, a historian:



a. offers an opinion about the event based on evidence and his or her own point of view.

b. analyzes existing studies related to the event to determine if they are biased.

c. separates the event from the political, economic, and social context surrounding it.

d. refutes counter arguments that might weaken his or her argument about the event.

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