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One hundred years after the death of WWI flying ace Eddie McKay, author Graham Broad discusses how he was compelled to publish Eddie's story in an innovative new microhistory.
Author Peter A. Morton talks about the importance of providing students with the kinds of primary sources that will enable them to be effective historians.
Author Steven Bednarski on why Bill Gates is to history as Wikipedia is to Voltaire.
Pedagogical microhistory is a new term coined to capture the dual nature of A Poisoned Past.