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Survey Finds Augustans Don’t Want Name Changes



“Presentism” is a word generally only known and tossed about by historians.

Presentism “is the attitude that current issues and problems can be addressed by using current data and information without reference to how those issues and problems developed,” said Augusta University historian Hubert ...

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  1. I answered the survey. I did not interpret “None of the above” to mean “leave it the same” because the question was what should it be renamed to. If “not renaming” was an option, I think that should have been more clear. Unless I’m the only one, I’m not sure your interpretation of the results is accurate.

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