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  Volume 23, Number 2, June 1995

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Religion and Profit Jump Together

pp. 195-201
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No Bishop, No King, No Millennial Republic

pp. 202-205
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Religious Studies Rules: Understanding Methodists, Shakers, and Antebellum Americans

pp. 206-211
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There's no Place Like Rome: American Protestant Fascination with Catholicism

pp. 212-218
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The United States of Jessie Benton Fremont: Corresponding with the Nation

pp. 219-225
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Civil War Military Leaders Reassessed and Rehashed: Three Biographical Forays

pp. 226-231
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The Methodist University at Middletown: Wesleyan in the Nineteenth Century

pp. 232-236
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Passing for Colored: Meanings for Minstrelsy and Ragtime

pp. 237-242
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Past and Present/Fiction and Fact: Narratives in American Art History

pp. 243-249
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But Which Thousand Words?

pp. 250-255
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The Nonprogressive Federal Income Tax

pp. 256-259
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New Views About Immigrants: Black and White

pp. 260-265
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Raising Less Corn and More Hell: Two Disciples of Mary Ellen Lease

pp. 266-271
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Hiram W. Johnson and the American Liberal Tradition

pp. 272-276
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From the Sea.

pp. 277-283
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Reckoning with the Myth of the American Expeditionary Force: The United States and the Allied War Coalition, 1917-1918

pp. 284-289
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The Supreme Court in the Current of Legal Thought

pp. 290-295
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"A Conservative Among Liberals, and a Liberal Among Conservatives": the Life of Learned Hand

pp. 296-301
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Of Flies and Men

pp. 302-306
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Eleanor and Franklin Redux

pp. 307-312
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The Longest Day Turns Fifty.

pp. 313-316
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War Stories

pp. 317-322
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Fighting Unconstitutional Wars

pp. 323-329
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Questioning Cold War Fundamentalism

pp. 330-335
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Twentieth-Century Communism and Anticommunism: the View After the Cold War

pp. 336-341
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Let Them Eat Images

pp. 342-347
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Economic Change in Recent Times: Deregulation from the Business Executive's Perspective

pp. 348-353
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Left Turn, Right Turn: Legacies of the 1960s

pp. 354-359
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Conflicts Between Jews and Christians and Within the Jewish Community in America

pp. 360-363
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Longest Hatred

pp. 364-369
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Determining a Middle Landscape: Competing Narratives in the History of Technology

pp. 370-377
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In Retrospect

Richard P. McCormick and the Second American Party System

pp. 378-389
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