Barbara Kay: How progressives perverted the study of history

Pulitzer-prize winning historian Barbara Tuchman had neither a PhD nor an academic title. ”It’s what saved me,” she said. ”If I had taken a doctoral degree, it would have stifled any writing capacity.”

Tuchman’s illustrious career reminds us that history, although a discipline, does not require professional accreditation to explore.

h/t Waffle