Mythical past, elusive future: history and society in an anxious age
'Impressive ... Furedi's work demonstrates the real vitality of the Marxist method. For that reason alone, it should be read and discussed by all who are genuinely concerned with social change.' Green Left Frank Furedi examines the sources of controversy that have arisen around the question of history in Germany, Japan, Britain and the USA.
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