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  Volume 37, Number 2, June 2009

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Beyond Biography, Through Biography, Toward an Integrated History

pp. 161-167
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It's the Network …

pp. 168-174
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Resentment and Revolution

pp. 175-180
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A Whole World in an Apple Seed

pp. 181-184
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Bearing Witness

pp. 185-190
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Man vs. Wild

pp. 191-197
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Multiplying Frontiers

pp. 198-204
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Republicanism Modernized

pp. 205-210
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The Audacity of American Foreign Policy

pp. 211-215
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The Life and Death Consequences of Capitalism

pp. 216-219
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Why They Kept Fighting

pp. 220-225
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House Divided

pp. 226-229
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Murder on the Trail

pp. 230-235
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Reconstruction and the Making of a Free-Labor South

pp. 236-242
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Behind the Second Veil

pp. 243-248
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Time for a Nation

pp. 249-254
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An American Creed? The Cultural Gifts Movement and the Limits of Interwar Diversity

pp. 255-263
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Fair History

pp. 264-267
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Consorting with the Government Over National Security

pp. 268-272
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Negotiating the "Color Line"

pp. 273-278
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Kennedy, Castro, and Capos

pp. 279-284
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An Insider's Guide to U.S. Foreign Policy

pp. 285-288
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Ronald Reagan: Presidential Transformer

pp. 289-295
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Beyond the Melting Pot and Back

pp. 296-302
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Reflections: Doing American History in a World of Subcultures

pp. 303-314
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