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  Volume 51, Number 4, December 2005

Table of Contents

From: Civil War History

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Hubbell Prize Awarded

p. 357
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Reconstruction as It Should Have Been: An Exercise in Counterfactual History

pp. 358-363
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Reconstructing Reconstruction: Options and Limitations to Federal Policies on Land Distribution in 1866-67

pp. 364-377
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A Marshall Plan for the South? The Failure of Republican and Democratic Ideology during Reconstruction

pp. 378-387
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The Use of Military Force to Protect the Gains of Reconstruction

pp. 388-402
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An Alternative to the Tragic Era: Applying the Virtues of Bureaucracy to the Reconstruction Dilemma

pp. 403-415
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Imagining a Different Reconstruction Constitution

pp. 416-426
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The Missing Catalyst: In Response to Essays on Reconstructions That Might Have Been

pp. 427-431
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Book Reviews

Legacy of Disunion: The Enduring Significance of the American Civil War (review)

pp. 432-434
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The Memory of the Civil War in American Culture (review)

pp. 434-436
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Agent of Empire: William Walker and the Imperial Self in American Literature (review)

pp. 436-438
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Warriors into Workers: The Civil War and the Formation of Urban-Industrial Society in a Northern City (review)

pp. 438-439
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After the Glory: The Struggles of Black Civil War Veterans (review)

pp. 440-441
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German Speaking-Officers in the U.S. Colored Troops, 1863-1867 (review)

pp. 441-443
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Fanatics and Fire-Eaters: Newspapers and the Coming of the Civil War (review)

pp. 444-445
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Endnotes

Endnotes

pp. 446-448
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Index

Index to Volume 51

pp. 449-458
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Contributors

Contributors

p. 356
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Research Areas

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