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From another field: the bitterness of this dispute was truly dispiriting, but not atypical of the professional behavior in which scholars were trained. That seems to have changed. David Abraham has continued to produce extremely interesting work.
Martin Jay, in a chapter in 1/
Gordon - McCormick, _Weimar Thought_ 2013, treats ch 5 of Abraham's _Collapse of the Weimar Republic_ as a reliable source, without reference to his critics. Is there a backstory to that demonstration of respect, three decades after Abraham's book was attacked by a Berkeley 2/
colleague? Whatever, as a fairly isolated recognition, late in the day, it seems to merit mention. 3/
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