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Why Study History?

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Laura Byrd

on 16 September 2014

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Transcript of Why Study History?

Why should we study history?
What's the point?
Three Main Reasons to Study History!
First Reason to Study History
History teaches us how we came to be
Second Reason to Study History
History teaches us about past failures.
Third Reason to Study History
History teaches us about past successes.
Three Reasons to Study History
1. to learn how we came to be
2. to learn from past failures
3. to learn from past successes
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