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History can be very a public issue of national identity and is often distorted and manipulated by governments and interest groups. This book tackles the public, non-academic interpretation of history from a global perspective instead of the more traditional Western-dominated model.
|3||The private sector||27|
|4||The public use of the past : a brief history||48|
|5||Confronting the past||90|
|6||Western Europe and the USA||106|
|7||The ex-communist and ex-authoritarian world||138|
|8||The third world||150|