IntroductionThe editorial staff would like to thank all those who supported this issue of Legacy, especially the SIU Undergraduate Student Government, Phi Alpha Theta, SIU History faculty and staff, our history alumni, our school director Dr. Jonathan Bean, the students who submitted papers, and their faculty mentors Professors Jonathan Bean, José D. Najar, and Joseph Sramek.
Finding Refuge in Reason and Religion: Understanding Pombaline-era Architecture and Reform through 18th Century Azulejo
Whiteness and an Immigrant’s Attainment of the “American Dream”: Chinese and Polish Immigrants in the United States
Coffeehouse Capitalism: From London to America
William “Jacob” Dunning
Teddy and Fighting Bob: Progressive Presidential Candidates of the Early Twentieth Century United States
Ideology and Intervention: The Case of Afghanistan’s Opium Economy From the Cold War to the War on Terror