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  Volume 35, Number 1, March 2007

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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What is Americanism?

pp. 1-9

To Be or Not to Be Dutch

pp. 10-17

Experience Must Be Our Only Guide (History May Mislead Us)

pp. 18-24

"Marriage is no frolic"; or, The Rise and Fall of Nonmarital Sex in Early Philadelphia

pp. 25-31

Take a Letter…

pp. 32-38

Gotham's Gun

pp. 39-45

A Paternalist's Progress: Insurgency, Orthodoxy and Reversal in the Old South

pp. 46-56

Coalitions without Compromise: Reconsidering the Political Abolitionists

pp. 57-64

Fractured Family Tales

pp. 65-71

A Fresh Perspective on the Roots of Environmentalism

pp. 72-76

The Right Stuff

pp. 77-82

Missions, Myth, and Memory in the Making of Modern Southern California

pp. 83-88

Did Racists Create the Suburban Nation?

pp. 89-97

Race over Region

pp. 98-104

Reconstructing the New Deal

pp. 105-110

You Can't Go Home Again: Democratic Presidents and Dixie

pp. 111-117

John F. Kennedy and the Politics of Race and Civil Rights

pp. 118-125

Look Out, Historians! Black Power's Gon' Get You

pp. 126-132

The Era of Education: Is it Beginning or Ending?

pp. 133-139

Healthcare Under the Microscope

pp. 140-145

Affirmative Action in American Culture

pp. 146-154

In Retrospect: Landmark Law Cases in American Society

pp. 155-163

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