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The grand 'past' of labor history and its limited if not dismal present was a repeated theme in both the discussion and papers presented at the Journal of Social History Conference: The Future of Social History [hereafter, JSH
Conference] held at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA.
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To gain a better idea of what this watershed involves, it is worth going back over the course of the academic debate in the pages of the JSH
since its inception and considering how scholars have responded to the challenges and problems facing the discipline at different times.
Every year, as JSH
editor, I receive a number of really good articles, including two or three that literally produce shivers of excitement because of the new data and insights involved, because of what is suggested about basic human behavior over time.
He also is grateful to Elaine Lacy, Jill Frank, Ann Kingsolver, Lawrence Glickman, Sonya Lipsett-Rivera; and the JSH
anonymous reviewers for their comments and suggestions on earlier versions of this essay.
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But after further reflection I decided to write you because the readers of JSH
come from a variety of disciplines and may not know of his reputation and because too many of us decide, as I probably should have, that discretion is the better part of valor--it is more prudent just to let such things go.
Thanks also to the two anonymous readers for JSH
as well as my fitst year graduate student Tom Adams, who although new to history is a long standing autoworker and hunter.
I wish to thank scholars Lois Banner, Adrienne Hood, Ruth Linden, Tania Modleski, Steve Ross, Peter Stearns, and the anonymous reader of the JSH
for their thoughtful comments and helpful suggestions on earlier versions of this essay.