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  Volume 59, Number 2, June 2007

Table of Contents

From: American Quarterly

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Reading Reading Lolita in Tehran in Idaho

pp. 253-275
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Radical Jefferson

pp. 277-289
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Jefferson, the Impossible

pp. 291-299
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Essays

Copying and Conversion: An 1824 Friendship Album "from a Chinese Youth"

pp. 301-339
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Out of the Closets, Into the Woods: RFD, Country Women, and the Post-Stonewall Emergence of Queer Anti-urbanism

pp. 341-372
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God's Angriest Man: Carl McIntire, Cold War Fundamentalism, and Right-Wing Broadcasting

pp. 373-396
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"History Repeats Itself ": The Civil War and the Meaning of Labor Conflict in the Late Nineteenth Century

pp. 397-419
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Cultural Review

Ghana at Fifty: Moving Toward Kwame Nkrumah's Pan-African Dream

pp. 421-441
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Book Reviews

Sex Acts: Reading the History of Female Sexuality through Art and Drama

pp. 443-450
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Working-Class Filipino Masculinities

pp. 451-458
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No Halvsies!

pp. 459-466
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Diasporic Citizenship: Inhabiting Contradictions and Challenging Exclusions

pp. 467-478
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On the Logic of Discernment

pp. 479-491
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Imagine a Brown Queer: Inscribing Sexuality in Chicano/a-Latino/a Literary and Cultural Studies

pp. 493-501
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Buy the Book: The Bookstore Wars in American Culture

pp. 503-510
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Secrets and Lies: Gossip and Art's Histories

pp. 511-521
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 523-526
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Research Areas

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