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Foucault’s recurrent engagement with Oedipus Rex not only allows us to reconceive his interpretation of the relationship between truth and power. It also opens up new approaches to the history of truth-telling not only in history but about history. This chapter examines his analysis of truth-telling in ancient Greece and reflects on its possible implications for the writing of early American history today.

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