독서/USSR2015. 11. 7. 06:49

​​"Some readers may think that nothing but sustained outrage is appropriate for writing about a great evildoer like Stalin. But I think the historian's job is different from that of prosecutor, or, for that matter, counsel for the defense. Your first task as a historian is try to make sense of things, and that's a different brief from prosecution or defense."


Sheila Fitzpatrick, On Stalin's team, Princeton University Press, 2015.

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