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N.A. " I. Contents by Issue," XX, Supplement 1997, 1-21.
N.A. "II. Contents by Author," XX, Supplement 1997, 23-45.
N.A. "III. Contents by Subject," XX, Supplement 1997, 47-76.
N.A. "In Memoriam Clemens Heller," XXV, 4, 2002, 349.
N.A. "In Memoriam Ilya Prigogine," XXVI, 2, 2003, i.
N.A. "Neo-Smithism," VIII, 3, Winter 1985, 291.
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O'BRIEN, Patricia. “The `World-System' of Cahokia within the Middle Mississippi Tradition,” XV, 3, Summer 1992, 389-417.
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