In no particular order, here are four things (there are more) which I appreciate about Fea’s book:

Fea uses great illustrations to drive his points home.

Accessible, but based on solid scholarship. This is not easy to do, but Fea accomplishes it wonderfully.

There is a gracious tone, but Fea still puts the spotlight on much foolishness.

Makes clear by way of many examples that the study of history is undeniably important.

One thought on “WHY STUDY HISTORY?

  1. Pingback: FAVORITE BOOKS OF 2013 | Moore Engaging

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *