Use logical inquiry and critical analysis to explain statements from the texts:
'What Is History' by Edward Hallett Carr
'Whose Side are We On' by Howard Becker
'At 50, Levittown' by Bruce Lambert

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Critical Perspectives on Urban Research

Edward Hallett Carr: What Is History? (1965)
Carr is alluding to the fact that history is dependent on the perspective of the historian. It is therefore biased. Carr then lays out a chronology of how a statement from a particular historian, in this case the story of a Stalybridge Wakes street vendor, makes it way from informal memoir to formal oxford citation....

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