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Lessons in National History
Lessons in national history

Every nation has its heroes. Those exemplary figures who we are taught about in school, whose exploits are summarized in well-known tales, whose characters are exemplified in singular feats: Sir Francis Drake playing bowls as the Armada advances; Robert the Bruce watching the spinning spider; ...

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