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  Volume 7, Number 1, September/October 2005

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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The True History from Below: The Significance of Children's History

pp. 2-5

Reflections on a Possessed Apple

pp. 6-8

Turning the Good War Home Front Bad: Historians' Counterattack on the Greatest Generation

pp. 8-10

The Trouble with History in Military Education

pp. 11-15

David Hackett Fischer's Liberty and Freedom in Historiographical Perspective

pp. 16-17

Liberty and Freedom in American History: A Further Empirical Approach

pp. 18-20

Conceptualizing and Contextualizing Liberty and Freedom

pp. 20-22

Freedom Freely Imagined: Every Generation Wins its Own Form of Liberty

pp. 23-24

Response to Yerxa, Kersh, Glenn, and Morone

pp. 25-31

What Happened to the Puritans?

pp. 32-34

New Perspectives on the History of the Spanish Inquisition

pp. 35-37

The Value of the Nation-State

pp. 37-40

Western Civilization and its Discontents

pp. 41-42

Donald Kagan: The Scholar and Teacher

pp. 43-45

How Should Scholars Behave?

pp. 46-47

Tell About the South: The 2005 St. George Tucker Society Meeting

pp. 47-48

The Historical Society's 2006 Conference: Globalization, Empire, and Imperialism in Historical Perspective June 1-4, 2006, Chapel Hill, NC

pp. 49-51

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