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  Volume 2, Number 2, Summer 1999

Table of Contents

Civil Rights in the Postmodern Era

Steven R. Goldzwig

In This Issue

Civil Rights in the Postmodern Era: An Introduction

pp. 171-176
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The Null Persona: Race and the Rhetoric of Silence in the Uprising of '34

pp. 177-209
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Harry Truman and the NAACP: A Case Study in Presidential Persuasion on Civil Rights

pp. 211-241
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The Promise and Failure of President Clinton's Race Initiative of 1997-1998: A Rhetorical Perspective

pp. 243-274
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Rhetoric, Racist Ideology, and Intellectual Leadership

pp. 275-302
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Memory and Reconciliation in the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

pp. 303-320
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Book Reviews

Review Essay

Historical Narratives, Rhetorical Narratives, and Woman Suffrage Scholarship

pp. 321-340
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Fighting Words: Black Women & the Search for Justice (review)

pp. 340-342
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Abortion Wars: A Half Century of Struggle, 1950-2000 (review)

pp. 342-344
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The Comparative Imagination: On the History of Racism, Nationalism, and Social Movements (review)

pp. 344-347
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The Art of Moral Protest: Culture, Biography, and Creativity in Social Movements (review)

pp. 347-350
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African American Power and Politics: The Political Context Variable (review)

pp. 350-351
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God's Long Summer: Stories of Faith and Civil Rights (review)

pp. 352-353
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From Emerson to King: Democracy, Race, and the Politics of Protest (review)

pp. 354-356
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Witnesses to the Struggle: Imaging the 1930s California Labor Movement (review)

pp. 356-359
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Liberalism and Its Discontents (review)

pp. 359-361
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A Culture of Secrecy: The Government Versus the People's Right to Know (review)

pp. 361-363
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The Scar that Binds: American Culture and the Vietnam War, and: Vietnam: The Early Decisions (review)

pp. 363-365
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