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People experience major events in different ways. This is evident in the often contradictory accounts of major events in history. Which answer best explains why is this trait important for students of history to know?

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  1. losito13
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    so that they can learn to value their own experiences more so that they can learn to discount first person accounts of events so that they understand the importance of doing research projects so that they understand history is about human experience and not just facts

  2. stabar
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    D. History has mostly to do with facts, but also the opinions of the people in that time have alot to do with history.

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