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  Volume 36, Number 2, June 2008

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Moravian Radicals and the Gender of God

pp. 153-159

Does the Term “Subaltern” Apply to Colonial California?: “Testimonios” in Context

pp. 160-170

Theatrical Performance in Early Anglo-North America: Into the Hands of Fiorelli

pp. 171-177

Thinking about Nationalism and Internationalism

pp. 178-185

Democratic Detours

pp. 186-193

Margaret Fuller: A Woman Who Never Fails to Fascinate

pp. 194-200

Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln, and the End of Slavery

pp. 201-208

Another Look at the “Hard Side” of Populism

pp. 209-217

Empire of Ennui

pp. 218-222

Wars of Incorporation

pp. 223-230

Batista-era Havana on the Bayou

pp. 231-242

Pentecostalism, Politics, and Popular Culture: The Case of Aimee Siemple McPherson

pp. 243-251

Tuning in for Solidarity

pp. 252-258

The Original Housing Crisis: Suburbanization, Segregation, and the State in Postwar America

pp. 259-269

The Civil War Centennial as Review and Preview

pp. 270-277

Being Henry Kissinger

pp. 278-285

A Social Movement From Above

pp. 286-293

Green Like Me?

pp. 294-302

The New Historiography of the 1980s

pp. 303-314

Slavery in Antebellum Georgia

pp. 315-319

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