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  Volume 9, Number 2, November/December 2007

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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Historians and the Public: Premature Obituaries, Abiding Laments

pp. 2-5
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"Darktown Parade": African Americans in the Berlin Olympics of 1936

pp. 6-8
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Western Exceptionalism and Universality Revisited

pp. 9-12
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Beyond the Sonderweg

pp. 12-14
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Recentering the West?: Response to John Headley

pp. 14-16
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Decolonizing "Western Exceptionalism and Universality" One More Time

pp. 16-18
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Response

pp. 18-19
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A Tocqueville Tide

pp. 20-22
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Jeremy Black on George III: An Interview

pp. 23-24
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Comments on Methodism, Abolitionism, and Popular History

pp. 25-26
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Thoughts on Moral Progress in History

pp. 26-27
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Triumph Forsaken? A Forum on Mark Moyar's Revisionist History of the Vietnam War, 1954-1965: Introduction

pp. 29-30
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Review of Triumph Forsaken

pp. 30-31
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A Vietnamese War

pp. 32-33
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Comment on Triumph Forsaken

pp. 33-34
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Triumph Impossible

pp. 35-36
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Commentary on Triumph Forsaken

pp. 36-38
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Response to Triumph Forsaken

pp. 38-39
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A Real Debate

pp. 39-41
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History over the Water: Ages of Faith and Ages of Terror

p. 42
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Letters

p. 43
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The Historical Society's 2008 Conference: Migration, Diaspora, Ethnicity, & Nationalism in History Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, June 5-8, 2008

pp. 45-49
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