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The following journals have recently published new issues:

Volume 59, Issue 2 (July 2019) of the Australian Economic History Review is available online.

The last published volume of The Journal of Labor and Society is a Special Issue on Feminism and Labor Struggles (Volume 22, Issue 2, June 2019)

The Economic History Review and Enterprise & Society just published their August 2019 and September 2019 issues, respectively.

The AEA Papers and Proceedings (Volume 109, May 2019) may be accessed here.

Volume 61, Issue 6 of Business History is available here.

Other interesting readings from across the web,

For the Washington Post's section Made by History, JoAnne Yates and Craig N. Murphy wrote "Globalism is under siege. Here's how to save it -- and why." Their book Engineering Rules was also featured in the blog The Past Speaks.


And Buying Gay: How Physique Entrepreneurs Sparked a Movement, by David K. Johnson

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From the blogosphere,

The blog The Past Speaks has the following new posts:



And, The Economic Historian by Johnny Fulfer and Donni Wang has recently posted three new readings that might be of interest.



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