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  Volume 4, Number 5, June 2003

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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Rethinking Rethinking American History in a Global Age

pp. 2-5
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Whiggism Today

pp. 5-7
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Benito Mussolini: Dictator

pp. 7-9
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The End of the Korean War: Some Reflections on Contingency and Structure

pp. 10-12
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Dispatch from Seoul

pp. 13-15
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The Silk Road: Part I

pp. 16-19
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Why Did (or Didn't) it Happen?

pp. 20-21
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An Interview with Richard J. Evans

pp. 22-23
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A "Religious Turn" in Modern European Historiography?

pp. 24-26
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Jonathan Edwards's Vision of History

pp. 28-30
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The Military Roots of Islam

pp. 31-32
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Understanding Jihad and Terrorism

pp. 33-35
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The Rise of Southern Ethnicity

pp. 36-38
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Improbable Warriors: Mathematicians Grace Hopper and Mina Rees in World War II

pp. 39-41
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France, 1940: National Failure and the Uses of Defeat

pp. 41-42
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Chirac the Great or De Gaulle the Small?

pp. 43-45
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Iraq and the American Small War Tradition

pp. 46-47
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The Origins of the Historical Society: A Personal View

pp. 47-49
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