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  Volume 24, Number 2, June 1996

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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The Problem of Race in American Labor History

pp. 189-208

Politics as Space, Class as Language: Problems of Synthesis

pp. 209-215

Thomas Paine: Context, Text, and Presentism

pp. 216-225

Early America Confronts Arabian Deys and Nights

pp. 226-231

The Vital Center

pp. 232-237

Walt Whitman Historicized

pp. 238-245

Tales of Two Cities: Common Good, Common Ground, and the Practice of History

pp. 246-251

The Making and Unmaking of Western Radicalism

pp. 252-257

Capitalism and the American West: Macrocosm and Microcosm

pp. 258-264

The Nadir of Native American Sovereignty

pp. 265-270

Travels Into the Land of Litcrit

pp. 271-276

Two Cheers for Orphanages

pp. 277-284

A Drift and Mastery for Postmodern Capitalists

pp. 285-292

Morality and Power in the Modern Administrative State

pp. 293-298

History by Affirmation: The End of Democracy

pp. 299-303

A Golden Age in Gay Gotham

pp. 304-309

Cultural History and Consumer Culture

pp. 310-315

Neither Fruitful Nor Multiplying

pp. 316-320

Korea's Martyrdom: The Unlimited "Limited War"

pp. 321-326

The GOP Moves Right

pp. 327-331

George Corley Wallace and the Continuity of American Racism

pp. 332-336

Hollywood's History: The Historian's Response

pp. 337-343

In Retrospect

In Retrospect: Leonard D. White and the Invention of American Administrative History

pp. 344-360

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