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Joseph S. Lucas and Donald A. Yerxa, Editors
Randall J. Stephens, Associate Editor
Historically Speaking: The Bulletin of the Historical Society

July/August 2005

Volume VI, Number 6

Barry Strauss, “The Rebirth of Narrative” 

J. E. Lendon, “Military Change in Greece and Rome”  

Rick Kennedy, “Trusting Herodotus about Ancient Women”  

Robert Lerner, “Conversations with George Kennan”

Peter Paret, “Einstein and Freud’s Pamphlet Why War?” 

Bruce Mazlish, “1897”

Beverley Southgate, “For the Sake of the Future” 

Anne Effland, “Applying History: A Proposal for a New Direction for Historians”

James M. Banner, Jr., “An Age of Historical Counterfactuals” 

Akop P. Nazaretyan, “Counterfactuals: A View from Big History”

Margaret P. Battin, “July 4, 1826: Explaining the Same-day Deaths of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson”

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