restricted access   Volume 35, Number 3, September 2007

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Richard Hakluyt, Chicken Little, and the Ends of Atlantic History

pp. 325-334
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Native Homes of Violence and Hope

pp. 335-343
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E Pluribus Oneidum

pp. 344-350
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Born in War

pp. 351-357
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Fighting a War on Terror or "Our Country, Right or Wrong!"

pp. 358-365
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Removing the Darkness Visible

pp. 366-373
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The Domestic Slave Trade and the United States Constitution

pp. 374-379
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Marginal Southerners

pp. 380-384
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Robert E. Lee: Heroic, But Not the Polio Vaccine

pp. 385-392
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No Fool's Errand

pp. 393-398
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The Elusive Search for the Real John Henry

pp. 399-405
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Transitions and Quotes

pp. 406-413
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When Doctrine Becomes Dogma

pp. 414-418
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Marcus Garvey's Operation Dixie

pp. 419-424
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Richard Hofstadter Reconsidered

pp. 425-431
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Much More Than My Lai

pp. 432-439
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1980 and Reagan's Victory

pp. 440-446
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A Transnational Museum World of "Intangible Pasts"

pp. 447-452
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Special Topics in Calamity History

pp. 453-463
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In Retrospect: Anthony M. Platt's The Child Savers: The Invention of Delinquency

pp. 464-481
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