The Key to Writing Good History

IMG_0823History writer Jim Bishop stated, “What makes a good writer of history is a guy who is suspicious. Suspicion marks the real difference between the man who wants to write honest history and the one who’d rather write a good story.”

Too many history writers today have an agenda that dictates how and what they write. And too often those writers are driven by political correctness rather than the desire and need to write correct history. Oh, for honest but suspicious historians!

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