For the dates, those represent when the edit went into effect and when the edit was terminated. In some cases, that may read as the same date, meaning nothing currently exists (in terms of an edit).
If, of course, there is no date other than the effective date, then the edit is still valid.
Hope this makes sense. I agree that it's very difficult at first to understand the layout of the edit information, but you'll get the hang of it with some practice.
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