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  Volume 4, Number 2, November 2002

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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President's Corner

p. 2
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Correction

p. 2
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Agriculture as History

pp. 3-4
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A Fair Field Full of Folk (But Only Beyond the Sea): The Study of the Nobilities of Latin Europe

pp. 5-7
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Crossing Borders

pp. 8-10
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Webs of Interaction in Human History

pp. 11-12
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An Interview with J.R. McNeill and William H. McNeill

pp. 13-15
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Big History

pp. 16-20
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The Historical Society's 2003 Prizes

p. 19
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A Dispatch from Germany

pp. 21-22
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THS Regions

p. 22
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The Past Perfect, or Understanding History

pp. 23-25
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Coming to Terms with the Third American Republic

pp. 26-27
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The Battle over "Turning Back the Clock" in Constitutional Interpretation

pp. 28-31
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The Prisoners

pp. 32-33
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Letters

pp. 34-35
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Research Areas

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