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JHET INTERVIEWS SERIES: AN EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION

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We thank John Davis, Robert Dimand, Harald Hagemann, Wade Hands, Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Steven Medema, and E. Roy Weintraub for their critical reactions to an earlier draft of this introduction. As usual, they are not responsible for the final outcome. We tried in this introduction to be fairly exhaustive in researching what was published in English and is listed here. Undoubtedly we may have missed things, and apologize if that is the case.

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