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  Volume 36, Number 4, December 2008

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

pp. ix-x
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When the Printer Met the Virtuoso

pp. 485-492
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Our Savage Ancestors

pp. 493-499
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The Interests of the Passions

pp. 500-506
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Thomas Jefferson Forgetting the Ladies

pp. 507-513
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Ars Brevis, Vita Brevis

pp. 514-518
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What America Lost, Buried, and Became

pp. 519-528
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Remember the Ladies: Ladies' Memorial Associations, the Lost Cause, and Southern Women's Activism

pp. 529-536
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The Many Liberties of War

pp. 537-542
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What's Wrong with Immigration History?

pp. 543-556
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Picturing the Poor: Jacob Riis's Reform Photography

pp. 557-565
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Growing Up Between Two Worlds

pp. 566-574
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The 1919 Peace Settlement: A Subaltern View

pp. 575-585
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Motorists, Engineer-Administrators, and Muddy-Boots Contractors: New Perspectives on the American Highway Revolution

pp. 586-593
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Suburbia and American Exceptionalism

pp. 594-601
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Reading the Readers Who Remake the (Poetry) Texts

pp. 602-609
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The Cuban Missile Crisis: Once More Unto the Breach

pp. 610-615
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The Era of Epic Summitry

pp. 616-623
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Bigger Than Little Rock? New Histories of the 1957 Central High Crisis

pp. 624-638
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Crossroad Blues: Civil Rights Paths Taken and Forsaken

pp. 639-648
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Author-Title-Reviewer Index for Volume 36 (2008)

pp. 651-656
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