Volume 34, Number 2, June 2006

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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The Edwards of History and the Edwards of Faith

pp. 131-149
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The Newest New World

pp. 150-155
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Homes and Hopes: The Construction of Urban Society in the Early Republic

pp. 156-161
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Marketing Middle-Class Morality

pp. 162-168
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Democracy as a Work in Progress

pp. 169-175
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Voices for Freedom

pp. 176-181
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The Great Confederate Debate

pp. 182-187
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Shaping Southern Memory

pp. 188-193
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Of Dreams and Real Estate

pp. 194-200
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Learning to Forget: A Rite of Adolescence?

pp. 201-207
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The Gender Trouble with Wilderness

pp. 208-213
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Hetch Hetchy and the Meanings of American Conservation

pp. 214-221
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Water Damaged: Disaster History in New Orleans and on the Gulf Coast

pp. 222-230
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From Temperance to Alcoholism in America

pp. 231-237
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Resisting the Complacency Narrative: Sixties Social Unrest and Its Relation to the 1950s

pp. 238-243
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The Political, Economic, Social, and Cultural Tensions in Gangsta Rap

pp. 244-257
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