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  Volume 23, Number 1, March 1995

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Martin Luther King, Jr.: Theology, Politics, Scholarship

pp. 1-12
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From Founding Fathers to Old-Boy Networks: The Declension of Perry Miller's Puritans.

pp. 13-19
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Coercion Had Its Limits

pp. 20-25
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Toil and Tabulation: Studying Working Women in Nineteenth-Century New England

pp. 26-32
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Thinking Women/Women Thinking

pp. 33-39
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Secession Sanctified

pp. 40-46
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The Uncertain Landscapes of Nationalism

pp. 47-50
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New Insights on Old Issues

pp. 51-57
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In the Best Interests of the Parent: Children, Material Culture, and the Law

pp. 58-63
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The Wisconsin Idea: An Italian Perspective

pp. 64-67
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Love and Politics in the "State of Wisfollette"

pp. 68-73
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Go Not Abroad in Search of Monsters to Destroy: U.S. Intervention in Mexico

pp. 74-79
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Rapid Transit: Automobility and Settlement in Urban America

pp. 80-85
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The Perils of Flying Solo: Amelia Earhart and Feminist Individualism

pp. 86-90
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But Is It Jazz?

pp. 91-97
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Time to Gather Seeds

pp. 98-102
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The Perpetual Dilemma?

pp. 103-109
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Black and White: Unite and Fight?

pp. 110-117
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Citizen Dwight

pp. 118-122
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The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Freelancer

pp. 123-128
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The Emergence of Peace History

pp. 129-136
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Give Peace Activism a Chance

pp. 137-143
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The Unfinished War

pp. 144-152
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Crime Talk and Law Talk

pp. 153-158
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American Religion and Commercial Culture

pp. 159-164
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A View From the Right: Catholic Conservatives

pp. 165-169
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God and Man at Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Berkeley, etc.

pp. 170-175
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In Retrospect

Christopher Lasch, The New Radicalism, and the Vocation of Intellectuals

pp. 176-191
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Correspondence

Correspondence

pp. 192-193
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Research Areas

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