Identify seven common beliefs.

In the essay “Primary Sources in History: Breaking Through the Myths,” Keith Barton notes, “Ultimately, we cannot depend on any single source – primary or secondary – for reliable knowledge; we have to consult multiple sources in our quest to develop historical understanding.” Barton then proceeds to identify seven common beliefs (myths, Barton terms them) associated with primary sources. What do you think? Has Barton made a viable case for his myth argument, and how; or why not?

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