PRINCE CHARLIE'S BLUFF
by DONALD THOMAS 280 pages. Viking Press. $7.95.
Donald Thomas is one of a very small school of strong-minded historians
whose members* scorn the mild contrariness of revisionism.
Revisionists, after all, merely prove that Stalin was a fine fellow,
Henry VIII a picky eater and the U.S. started the cold war. Thomas and
his ilk go much further. In this book, for example, Thomas reveals the
fact that British General James Wolfe never took Quebec from the French
in 1759 at all. The American colonies never banded together against
King George III either. What actually happened was that Wolfeno...
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