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  Volume 18, Number 2, Summer 2006

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Women's History

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Editors' Note

pp. 6-7

History and the Border

pp. 8-32

Challenging Boundaries

Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte: "Ill-Suitted for the Life of a Columbians Modest Wife"

pp. 33-62

"We Were Not Ladies": Gender, Class, and a Women's Auxiliary's Battle for Mining Unionism

pp. 63-94

Policing Women's Bodies

Women, Sexual Morality, and Economic Dependency in Early U.S. Deportation Policy

pp. 95-122

Problematic Modernity: Gender, Sexuality, and Reproduction in Twentieth-Century Argentina

pp. 123-150

Book Reviews

Conceiving the Nation: The "Politics of the Womb" in Kenya, the United States, Greece, and Ireland

pp. 151-157

Coming to Terms with Women's Suffrage: The British Movement's Significance for Broader Social Change

pp. 158-165

Dancing the Homeland: The Emergence of American Modern Dance

pp. 166-173

The Intimate, the Familial, and the Local in Transnational Histories of Gender

pp. 174-183



pp. 184-185



pp. 188-189

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