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TITLE PAGE

1.PROLOGUE
1.1.A History of a Name
1.2.Hubble's legacy

2.THE 1934-1936 N(m) COUNT CAMPAIGN
2.1.The observational data from the 1934 campaign
2.2.The 1936 observational campaign
2.3.Hubble's interpretation

3.WHY HUBBLE'S PROGRAM FAILED
3.1.Enter Greenstein
3.2.Modern K term
3.3.Corrections to the magnitude scale

4.THE MATTIG REVOLUTION 1958-1959

5.THE MODERN COUNT CAMPAIGNS
5.1.The post Hubble era (1970-1997)
5.2.Comparison with Hubble 1936

6.THE STEPS NEEDED TO MAKE A PROPER CALCULATION OF N(m)
6.1.The input parameters
6.2.A conservative view

7.A CHANGE OF MORPHOLOGY AT HIGH Z-"MERGERS" OR ELS WITH NOISE?

8.PHILOSOPHY VS. PRACTICALITY

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