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  2. Alan Petigny
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  1. Stepping Outside the Scholarly Comfort Zone
  2. David Christian
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  1. Why Aren't More People Teaching Big History?
  2. Cynthia Stokes Brown
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  1. Implications of the Evolutionary Epic for the Study of Human History
  2. John A. Mears
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  1. American Rifle: An Interview with Alexander Rose
  2. Donald A. Yerxa
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  4. DOI: 10.1353/hsp.0.0107
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  1. Is Economic History a Neglected Field of Study?
  2. Robert Whaples
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  4. DOI: 10.1353/hsp.0.0109
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  1. Response to Robert Whaples
  2. Philip T. Hoffman
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  1. One More Step: An Agreeable Reply to Whaples
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  1. On the Supposed Decline and Fall of Economic History
  2. Joel Mokyr
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  1. Toward a Richer, More Diverse Intellectual Marketplace?: A Response To Whaples
  2. Werner Troesken
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  1. Is Economic History a Neglected Field of Study?: Final Thoughts
  2. Robert Whaples
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  1. Color and Class in Gilded Age America: An Interview with Martha A. Sandweiss
  2. Randall J. Stephens
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  1. The Waning of the Enlightenment
  2. Robert E. Rodes Jr.
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  1. The Future of Military History: A Glass Half Full
  2. David R. Stone
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  1. Justifying Slavery in the Old South: An Interview with Lacy K. Ford
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  1. Liberty and the Leviathan: Commerce and Debt in Ancien RĂ©gime France
  2. Linda Frey, Marsha Frey
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