Collected Essays

June 1979
American Historical Review;Jun79, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p892
Academic Journal
Presents a review of several collected essays on history. 'Violent Crime: Historical and Contemporary Issues,' edited by James A. Inciardi and Anne E. Pottinger; 'Society and History: Essays in Honor of Karl August Wittfogel,' edited by G.L. Ulmen; 'Ni Juif ni Grec: Entretiens sur le recisme. Actes du colluque tenu du 16 au Centre Culteral Internationale de Cerrisy-la Salla,' edited by Leon Poliakov.


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