Guest Host: Susan Page

Dictators as well as legitimate political leaders often manipulate history to justify their actions. Why knowledge of the past is critical to democracy and how history has been used and abused.

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  • Margaret MacMillan historian; author of "Paris 1919," "Nixon and Mao" and "Women of the Raj."

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