Volume 9, Issue 1, FALL 1995

ISSN: 0891-4486 (Print) 1573-3416 (Online)

In this issue (10 articles)

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    EditorialNotes

    Editors' note

    Page 3
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    Rethinking The Enlightenment: Reason And Unreason

    History and sociology: Some unresolved epistemological issues

    Stanford M. Lyman Pages 29-55
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    Mirrors On The Past: Visions And Revisions After The Cold War

    Forgotten predecessors: The Russian conservative historians of the french revolution

    Dmitry Shlapentokh Pages 57-85
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    Mirrors On The Past: Visions And Revisions After The Cold War

    The mirror of the hemispheric past: The United States and Latin America

    José Luis Valdés-Ugalde Pages 113-122
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    Mirrors On The Past: Visions And Revisions After The Cold War

    Hungarians and Germans: A literaryHassliebe

    Ivan Sanders Pages 123-132
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    Economic Reconstruction: Poland And The Former Yugoslavia

    Mass privatization in Poland: Processes, problems and prospects

    Christine Rider, Edward K. Zajicek Pages 133-148
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    Economic Reconstruction: Poland And The Former Yugoslavia

    Nations of the former Yugoslavia: Consequences of economic breakdown

    Ljubisa S. Adamovich Pages 149-167
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    Letter

    Letter to the editors

    Kathryn Mills Pages 169-170