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Historians have traditionally regarded the great debates of the Seventeen Nineties as polarizing the issues of centralized vs. limited government, with Hamilton and the nationalists supporting the former and Jefferson and Madison upholding the latter position.
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Historians have come to recognize two cardinal facts concerning nationalism and international influence.
Historians in opinion polls once rated Johnson " near great ", but have since reevaluated and now consider Johnson " a flat failure ".
Historians have proposed several names for the Age before Superman, most commonly dubbing it the Platinum Age.
Historians have debated whether Hume posited a universal unchanging human nature, or allowed for evolution and development.
Historians have concluded that this assignment provided valuable preparation for handling the challenging personalities of Winston Churchill, George S. Patton, George Marshall and General Montgomery during World War II.
Historians have liberally used emperor and, especially so, empire anachronistically and out of its Roman and European context to describe any large state and its ruler in the past and present ; sometimes even to refer to non-monarchically ruled states and their spheres of influence: such examples include the " Athenian Empire " of the late 5th century BC, the " Angevin Empire " of the Plantagenets, or the Soviet and American " empires " of the Cold War era.
Historians have speculated that Thomas Seymour had put her off sexual relationships, or that she knew herself to be infertile.
Historians debate the exact path he returned back by, but due to evidence attributed to the captain of his ship, he may have travelled through Tanegeshima and Minato, and avoided Kagoshima due to the hostility of the Daimyo.
Historians have recognized La Guardia as among the best mayors in New York City history and perhaps among the greatest in modern U. S. history.
Historians have demonstrated that this text represents Contarini's idealization of Venetian reality.
Historians have used it as a primary source because of its wealth of detail on ordinary life in the 17th century, and the many towns and villages which Fox visited.
Historians have paid special attention to the efforts by Nazi Germany to reverse the gains women made before 1933, especially in the relatively liberal Weimar Republic.
Historians committed to a social science approach, however, have criticized the narrowness of narrative and its preference for anecdote over analysis, and its use of clever examples rather than statistically verified empirical regularities.
Historians have noted that the importance of the Drake well was not in being the first well to produce oil, but in attracting the first great wave of investment in oil drilling, refining, and marketing:
Historians have emphasised that the flexibility and dynamism of the Scottish banking system contributed significantly to the rapid development of the economy in the 19th century.
Historians like Serge Lancell have questioned the reliability of the figures for the number of troops he had when he left Hispania.
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Historians widely regard the Revolution as one of the most important events in human history, and the end of the early modern period, which started around 1500, is traditionally attributed to the onset of the French Revolution in 1789.
Historians have traditionally blamed Rudolf's preoccupation with the arts, occult sciences, and other personal interests as the reason for the political disasters of his reign.
Historians of the scientific revolution traditionally maintain that its most important changes were in the way in which scientific investigation was conducted, as well as the philosophy underlying scientific developments.
Historians have traditionally been resistant to giving Harding good presidential reviews due to the multiple federal department scandals during his administration ; as a result, Harding has received low rankings as President.
Historians since Bede have traditionally represented the years preceding AD 1 as " 1 BC ", " 2 BC ", etc.
Historians have traditionally considered the passage of the Petition of Right an important moment in the Stuart period.
Historians traditionally consider many sovereign states ' history within a framework of successive dynasties, e. g., China, Ancient Egypt and the Persian Empire.
Historians have traditionally blamed this decline on an invasion or uprising by another wave of Greek people, the Dorians, who may have been a subjugated local people, although Pylos was probably destroyed by sea peoples.
Historians traditionally place the beginning of Greek mathematics proper to the age of Thales of Miletus ( ca.
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Historians note that in her day, strict Protestants regarded the Acts of Settlement and Uniformity of 1559 as a compromise.
Historians like Sir Tarn believe this document was written around 100 years after Menander's rule, which is one of the best enduring testimonies of the productiveness and benevolence of his rule, which has made the more modern theory that he was regarded as a Chakravartin-King of the Wheel or literally Wheel-Turner in Sanskrit-generally accepted.
Historians of the Second Empire later regarded the railways as the first indicator of a unified state ; the patriotic novelist, Wilhelm Raabe, wrote: " The German empire was founded with the construction of the first railway ..." Not everyone greeted the iron monster with enthusiasm.
Historians, however, suspect this maternal connection to be a genealogical fabrication created by his grandson Constantine II, thus connecting his family to two rather highly regarded predecessors, such as the Gordians ( and through them the Antonines ), the Severians and the Gens Julia, and to these the Theodosians.
He is regarded as a vocal critic of the New Historians, a group of Israeli scholars who have questioned the conventional history of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Historians are divided as to whether the story of the council at Whitland can be regarded as having a basis in fact, since there is no contemporary record in the annals of such a council.