1. The One Percent across Two Centuries: A Replication of Thomas Piketty's Data on the Concentration of Wealth in the United States
  2. Richard Sutch
  3. pp. 587-613
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  1. Does Egalitarianism Come at a Price?: Inequality and Economic Performance in Late-Nineteenth-Century Ontario
  2. Livio Di Matteo
  3. pp. 615-644
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  1. Immigration, Occupation, and Inequality in Emergent Nineteenth-Century New England Cities
  2. Susan Hautaniemi Leonard, Christopher Robinson, Douglas L. Anderton
  3. pp. 645-671
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  1. Reconstructing African American Mobility after Emancipation, 1865–67
  2. William G. Thomas III, Richard G. Healey, Ian Cottingham
  3. pp. 673-704
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  1. From Reconstruction to Reform: Modernization and the Interest Group State, 1875–1900
  2. Adam Chamberlain, Alixandra B. Yanus, Nicholas Pyeatt
  3. pp. 705-730
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  1. From Soldiers to Students: The Tests of General Educational Development (GED) as Diplomatic Measurement
  2. Ethan L. Hutt, Mitchell L. Stevens
  3. pp. 731-755
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  1. History for Justice: Michael Katz and the History of Education
  2. Leah N. Gordon
  3. pp. 760-765
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  1. Michael Katz, Urban Optimist
  2. Margaret Mara
  3. pp. 765-768
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  1. Michael Katz's Contribution to Social and Social Welfare History
  2. Mark J. Stern
  3. pp. 768-771
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  1. Michael Katz and the Academic-Activist Tension
  2. Merlin Chowkwanyun
  3. pp. 772-776
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  1. Introduction to Michael B. Katz 2015 SSHA Memorial Session
  2. Harvey J. Graff
  3. pp. 757-760
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  1. Contributors for Volume 41, Number 4
  2. pp. 777-779
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