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  Volume 34, Number 4, December 2006

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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In Search of Sally Hemings in the Post-DNA Era

pp. 407-426
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Imagined Nation

pp. 427-433
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The Curious Case of Science and Empire

pp. 434-440
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Joseph Smith, America's Prophet: Writing Mormon History

pp. 441-446
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Eloquent Silence

pp. 447-454
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The Peculiar Origins of American Taxation

pp. 455-460
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Revisiting Lincoln and Emancipation

pp. 461-468
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Sunshine and Smoke: The Environmental History of Los Angeles

pp. 469-475
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Outside the Lines: Civil Rights as a Way of Life

pp. 476-481
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Racialized Bodies

pp. 482-490
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Bryan and House: Political Leaders of the Progressive Era

pp. 491-498
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Did the Progressive Movement Have a "Class Problem"?

pp. 499-508
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Visionary

pp. 509-520
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Religion as Language, Church as Culture: Changing Chicano Historiography

pp. 521-528
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Men on the Suburban Frontier: Rethinking Midcentury Masculinity

pp. 529-536
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The Civil Rights Movement, C'est Nous

pp. 537-543
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Troubling Feminism, Troubling Race

pp. 544-550
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Locating the New Left

pp. 551-556
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The End of the Innocence

pp. 557-564
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Phyllis Schlafly's Crusade

pp. 565-572
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Putting the United States in Its Place

pp. 573-580
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Author-Title-Reviewer Index for Volume 34 (2006)

pp. 583-587
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