In examining the impact on historical writing (and other forms of production such as broadcasting) of postmodern ideas and the intellectual sensibility associated with them, the most appropriate starting point may well be to inquire into the character of historical evidence — the raw material for any form of historical (more strictly, historiographical) production.
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