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All history written after the official record is set must be revisionist, redundant or some combination of the two, and revisionist history loves to restore agency to oppressed groups whose contributions went unheralded in the original accounting.
The museum would cost hundreds of millions of dollars, and the project at once became a political battleground between traditionalists and revisionists.
The authors don’t pursue the Osbourne angle beyond employing him as a stand-in for the revisionist school of Alamo history, which “metaphorically amounts to peeing on the Alamo legend.”
From the beginning, there was a group of scholars you could call revisionists, who have this whole theory that FDR maneuvered us into war by the back door.The Real Biggest Myths About World War II, According to a Military Historian|Olivia B. Waxman|May 7, 2021|Time
It’s that this draft of revisionist history has an international audience.Border Report: The Gulf Between Rhetoric and Reality|Gustavo Solis|March 22, 2021|Voice of San Diego
But Black certainly isn't the only Republican rape revisionist in public office.Virginia Legislator Running for Congress Says Spousal Rape Should Be Legal|Lizzie Crocker|January 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But, if anything, there is a bright side to this revisionist history.
Despite its patent fallacy, the impact of the “Christian Nation” revisionist history on American attitudes is substantial.
Instead, he condescended with a dishonest and revisionist history of the GOP.
The film director has just co-written a revisionist history of the United States that is ideological drivel.Oliver Stone’s Junk History of the United States Debunked|Michael Moynihan|November 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
On the other hand, forty-nine councils came to decisions which the revisionist party claim for themselves.
In the third point, M. Sorel “the revolutionary revisionist,” comes very close to M. Bernstein, “the evolutionary revisionist.”Syndicalism in France|Louis Levine
It was at Dresden, 1903, that the revisionist tempest reached its height in the party teapot.Socialism and Democracy in Europe|Samuel P. Orth
Khrushchev then became the object of violent attacks in the Albanian press, being castigated as more of a revisionist than Tito.Area Handbook for Albania|Eugene K. Keefe