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Is there anything more we can know about well-researched and reported events like the Boston Massacre?
Are there new ways of looking at oft-taught events that can help us see new details about them, even 250 years after they happened?
Serena Zabin, a Professor of History at Carleton College in Minnesota and the author of the award-winning book, The Boston Massacre: A Family History, joins us to discuss the Boston Massacre and how she found a new lens through which to view this famous event that reveals new details and insights.
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