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September 09, 2018


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Robert Strassfeld

This is very sad news. I encountered some of Jesse Lemisch's work, most importantly "Jack Tar in the Streets" when I was a history graduate student. Along with my fellow graduate students, I found the experience of reading the article exciting, and it reframed how I thought about early U.S. history and about approaches to history more generally.

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