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Interviews with historians who are producing and working in federal history.
Interviews were originally published in
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Daniel Immerwahr, Northwestern University
Federal History, Issue 12, April 2020 http://www.shfg.org/Federal-History-Journal-Archive (open access)
Patrick Mordente, George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
The Federalist newsletter, Second Series, No. 55, Fall 2017
Theresa McCulla, historian American Brewing Initiative, Smithsonian National Museum of American History
The Federalist newsletter, Second Series, No. 54, Summer 2017
Kris Kirby, Manhattan Project National Historical Park
The Federalist newsletter, Second Series, No. 53, Spring 2017
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