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What In The Hell Happened To Roman Britain?

Part of our shared culture is a basic, generally unspoken assumption that things are supposed to get better. Oppressed groups will have more rights in a few years than they have now. The economy overall will grow, even if an individual’s share might not. We’ll have cooler and more useful gadgets as our technology improves. This is called the progressive narrative of history, and it underpins, in a basic way, how we approach and interpret the world around us.
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