Volume 35, Number 2, June 2007

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Guns, Murder, and Probability: How Can We Decide Which Figures to Trust?

pp. 165-175
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Facing West, South, and North, as Well As East, from Indian Country

pp. 176-183
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The King's New Clothes

pp. 184-190
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From Capitalism to Sectionalism

pp. 191-196
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Needlewomen in the Revolutionary Era

pp. 197-203
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Mothers and Daughters of the Republic

pp. 204-210
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Discourse, Politics, and Ending Slavery in New York

pp. 211-218
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The Story of a Life

pp. 219-224
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Is Half a Humboldt Better Than None? Numbers and Wisdom in Natural History

pp. 225-231
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God and Man at the University of Virginia

pp. 232-238
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Nation-Building Begins at Home

pp. 239-246
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Visualizing Labor and Commerce

pp. 247-252
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Consumption Nation

pp. 253-259
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Tricks and Treats

pp. 260-264
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Illuminating the Color Line Artist by Artist

pp. 265-272
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Fighting Words

pp. 273-283
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The Good Shepherd

pp. 284-288
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Tracing the Movement's Path

pp. 289-296
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Strange Species: The Boomer University Intellectual

pp. 297-306
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Root of It All

pp. 307-314
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History and Comics

pp. 315-323
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