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The ignoble clown! Vile dog's excrement! England alone bears the responsibility for war or peace and it is no longer we! This must be proved publicly!”
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What is Gaddis' philosophy of history? (xi) that is, how does he view history? What are its parts or elements? What makes history important?
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