14. The trends across the historical sectors reviewed in brief here suggest that whether in the school room, the lecture room or in wider public discourse, History is facing challenges which require sustained and vigorous debate and response. Clearly, the debate has started and although writing about current trends in the broadsheets is of variable quality, it is vitally important that it exists. More specialised debate has already started. Important conferences were held in 2002 with significant successor activities which have had an impact.
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A constant antistrophe to the humans’ sufferings, the dog Snoopy carries to the last metaphysical frontier the neurotic failure to adjust. Snoopy knows he is a dog: he was a dog yesterday, he is a dog today, tomorrow he will perhaps be a dog still. For him, in the optimism of the opulent society in which one moves upward from status to status, there is no hope of promotion. Sometimes he essays the extreme resource of humility (we dogs are so humble, he sighs, unctuous and consoled); he becomes tenderly attached to those who promise him respect and consideration. But as a rule he doesn’t accept himself and he tries to be what he is not: a split personality if ever there was one, he would like to be an alligator, a kangaroo, a vulture, a penguin, a snake…. He tries every avenue of mystification, then he surrenders to reality, out of laziness, hunger, sleepiness, timidity, claustrophobia (which assails him when he crawls through big grass), ignorance. He may be soothed, but never happy. He lives in a constant apartheid, and he has the psychology of the segregated; like an Uncle Tom, he has finally, faute de mieux , a devotion, an ancestral respect, for the stronger.