SHEAR Membership Drive SHEAR recently embarked on a membership drive aimed at increasing the numbers of our individual subscribers and would like to recruit your help with the effort. If you are reading this, chances are you are already a member of the organization and are enjoying one of the many benefits of membership--your subscription to the JER. Please spread the word to friends and colleagues of the joys of being part of SHEAR and experiencing what the journal's managing editor, Tricia Manning, calls the warm and fuzzy feeling of membership (a particularly enticing prospect as I write these words in late January on Philadelphia's coldest day of the year--wind chill seven degrees below zero!). But you may not belong to SHEAR. You may be reading your library's copy of the JER, or perhaps you've borrowed it from someone-- whatever. We want you to take out your own subscription. One group we are particularly interested in reaching is the hundreds (I kid you not) of early republic historians in our universities and colleges who are not members of our organization. If this means you, please take a look at the following communication from the JER's former editor, John
Journal of the Early Republic – University of Pennsylvania Press
Published: Jun 13, 2005
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