by Rebecca Spang
Historians need to reclaim money as something to be studied in specific social and political contexts.
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Is Bernie Sanders our William Jennings Bryan?
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The action of the North Carolina legislature to pay compensation to victims of a forced sterilization program brings provides an opportunity to set the infamous Scopes trial in a broader light.
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