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  Volume 37, Number 1, March 2009

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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A Citizen of the Community of Nature

pp. 1-5
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Atlantic Histories

pp. 6-12
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A “Great Awakening”?

pp. 13-21
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Judging the Founders: Richard Allen and the Soul of America

pp. 22-27
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Ark of the Liberties

pp. 28-34
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Words not Bullets: The Literary Career of James Redpath

pp. 35-41
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Balancing Act: Young America’s Struggle to Revive the Old Democracy

pp. 42-48
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A Woman Called Moses: Myth and Reality

pp. 49-55
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Explaining the Causes of the American Civil War, 1787–1861

pp. 56-68
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Reconceiving International History

pp. 69-77
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Prisoner of War

pp. 78-84
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Left Out

pp. 85-92
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The Architecture of New Deal Capitalism

pp. 93-100
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Los Angeles and the Closing of the Gay Historical Frontier

pp. 101-109
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White, Black, and Yellow: Rethinking Multiethnic Los Angeles

pp. 110-116
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Eating Democracy and Corn Puppies

pp. 117-124
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Culture, Agency, and Nation: Zoot Suiters and the Making of America

pp. 125-132
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Interior Views

pp. 133-139
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Sisterhood Revisited During the Second Wave of Feminism

pp. 140-147
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Reflections: Intellectual Trajectories: Why People Study What they Do

pp. 148-159
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