Past Issues By Year

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2017

February 2017 cover

February 2017

Vol. 122, No. 1

April 2017 cover

April 2017

Vol. 122, No. 2

June 2017

June 2017

Vol. 122, No. 3

October 2017 cover

October 2017

Vol. 122, No. 4

2016

February 2016 cover

February 2016

Vol. 121, No. 1

April 2016 cover

April 2016

Vol. 121, No. 2

June 2016 cover

June 2016

Vol. 121, No. 3

October 2016 cover

October 2016

Vol. 121, No. 4

December 2016 cover

December 2016

Vol. 121, No. 5

2015

February 2015 cover image

February 2015

Vol. 120, No. 1

April 2015 cover image

April 2015

Vol. 120, No. 2

June 2015 cover image

June 2015

Vol. 120, No. 3

October 2015 cover image

October 2015

Vol. 120, No. 4

December 2015 cover image

December 2015

Vol. 120, No. 5

2014

February 2014

Vol. 119, No. 1

April 2014

April 2014

Vol. 119, No. 2

June 2014

June 2014

Vol. 119, No. 3

October 2014 cover image

October 2014

Vol. 119, No. 4

December 2014 cover image

December 2014

Vol. 119, No. 5

2013

February 2013

Vol. 118, No. 1

April 2013

Vol. 118, No. 2

June 2013

Vol. 118, No. 3

October 2013

Vol. 118, No. 4

December 2013

Vol. 118, No. 5

2012

February 2012

Vol. 117, No. 1

April 2012

Vol. 117, No. 2

June 2012

Vol. 117, No. 3

October 2012

Vol. 117, No. 4

December 2012

Vol. 117, No. 5

2011

February 2011

Vol. 116, No. 1

April 2011

Vol. 116, No. 2

June 2011

Vol. 116, No. 3

October 2011

Vol. 116, No. 4

December 2011

Vol. 116, No. 5

2010

February 2010

Vol. 115, No. 1

April 2010

Vol. 115, No. 2

June 2010

Vol. 115, No. 3

October 2010

Vol. 115, No. 4

December 2010

Vol. 115, No. 5

2009

February 2009

Vol. 114, No. 1

April 2009

Vol. 114, No. 2

June 2009

Vol. 114, No. 3

October 2009

Vol. 114, No. 4

December 2009

Vol. 114, No. 5

2008

February 2008

Vol. 113, No. 1

April 2008

Vol. 113, No. 2

June 2008

Vol. 113, No. 3

October 2008

Vol. 113, No. 4

December 2008

Vol. 113, No. 5

2007

February 2007

Vol. 112, No. 1

April 2007

Vol. 112, No. 2

June 2007

Vol. 112, No. 3

October 2007

Vol. 112, No. 4

December 2007

Vol. 112, No. 5

2006

February 2006

Vol. 111, No. 1

April 2006

Vol. 111, No. 2

June 2006

Vol. 111, No. 3

October 2006

Vol. 111, No. 4

December 2006

Vol. 111, No. 5

2005

February 2005

Vol. 110, No. 1

April 2005

Vol. 110, No. 2

June 2005

Vol. 110, No. 5

October 2005

Vol. 110, No. 4

December 2005

Vol. 110, No. 5

2004

February 2004

Vol. 109, No. 1

April 2004

Vol. 109, No. 2

June 2004

Vol. 109, No. 3

October 2004

Vol. 109, No. 4

December 2004

Vol. 109, No. 5

2003

February 2003

Vol. 108, No. 1

April 2003

Vol. 108, No. 2

June 2003

Vol. 108, No. 3

October 2003

Vol. 108, No. 4

December 2003

Vol. 108, No. 5

2002

February 2002

Vol. 107, No. 1

April 2002

Vol. 107, No. 2

June 2002

Vol. 107, No. 3

October 2002

Vol. 107, No. 4

December 2002

Vol. 107, No. 5

2001

February 2001 Issue

February 2001

Vol. 106, No. 1

April 2001

Vol. 106, No. 2

June 2001

Vol. 106, No. 3

October 2001

Vol. 106, No. 4

December 2001

Vol. 106, No. 5

2000

February 2000

Vol. 105, No. 1

April 2000

Vol. 105, No. 2

June 2000

Vol. 105, No. 3

October 2000

Vol. 105, No. 4

December 2000

Vol. 105, No. 5

In Back Issues

"Few would today," wrote Isaiah Berlin in a review essay in the AHR's October 1949 issue, "wish to deny that the Russian Revolution has, whether by attraction or repulsion, more than any other single cause transformed the social and political outlook of our time." Nevertheless, Berlin complained that despite the wide accessibility of documentary material, "more than thirty years after its occurrence so little sustained effort should have been made by Western historians to elucidate or even to construct in detail a factual account of the circumstances which led to this great historical upheaval." 

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