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Should people write hubs using biased information?


I've seen quite a few hubs eulogising Margaret Thatcher. Usually posted by people with little or no experience of living in the UK and with no experience of living under Thatcher's rule. When challenged they often insist that they know more about the subject than those who've actually lived in the UK. Would you ever write a hub on a subject that depended on the biased works of others?

 

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    MilesArmbruster 5 years ago

    The bias of history is a spectrum. I just finished reading Krushchev's memoirs - very biased. I am now reading the transcription of the Kennedy tapes on the Cuban Missile crisis, the people are biased, the account is accurate. Depends on the author.

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    John Holden 5 years ago

    I have actually written a hub trying to explode the myth of Thatcher.