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  Volume 37, Number 3, September 2009

Table of Contents

Who Are the Catholic Feminists?

pp. 315-320
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Puritans Again?: New Insights from the Writings of Colonial New Englanders

pp. 321-326
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Captivity as a World Phenomenon

pp. 327-331
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A Mean-Spirited Merchant Bringing Ribbons and Rum to a Messy World

pp. 332-337
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A Bedpost (Is/Is Not) Only a Bedpost

pp. 338-344
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Politics or Profit: New Yorkers Make their Wartime Choices

pp. 345-351
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Great Britain and the World

pp. 352-358
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Under God after Bush and Rove

pp. 359-364
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Nat Turner and the Making of the Evangelical South

pp. 365-370
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Gone to Texas

pp. 371-377
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Histories of Order and Empire

pp. 378-385
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How Historians' Beliefs about Race Have Influenced Histories of Racial Thought

pp. 386-394
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What the Gold Rush Migrants Didn't Know

pp. 395-400
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Mental Illness and Social Health

pp. 401-406
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Hayes, Tilden, and American Politics

pp. 407-412
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Raising the Roof: Science, Feminism, and Home Economics

pp. 413-419
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Red Power and the American Indian Movement: Different Times, Different Places

pp. 420-425
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The "Forgotten Relationship" Updated and Reconsidered

pp. 426-432
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Baseball's Forgotten Man: Curt Flood and the Transformation of American Sport

pp. 433-439
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Naming and Blaming: The Case of "The Rehnquist Court"

pp. 440-445
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Nixon's Back—Again

pp. 446-450
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Straight—but Narrow—Talk about the U.S., Taiwan, and China

pp. 451-456
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Did Economic Clashes Really Ignite the Civil War?

pp. 457-462
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The Return of the Beards

pp. 463-469
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Marc Egnal Responds

p. 472
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Edwin Perkins Responds

pp. 472-473
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Jason Phillips Responds

pp. 473-474
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