Volume 24, Number 3, September 1996

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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The Crisis of Civic and Political Virtue: Urban History, Urban Life and the New Understanding of the City

pp. 361-368
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Millennial Fevers

pp. 369-382
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"The Art of Getting Drunk" in Colonial Massachusetts

pp. 383-388
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Lord Churchill, the British Empire, and the Glorious Revolution

pp. 389-394
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Some Kinds of Freedom

pp. 395-400
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Jefferson and Madison -- Again

pp. 401-406
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A Nation or a People?

pp. 407-411
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Race, Blood, and Gender in Southern Law

pp. 412-417
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Battles and Leaders: Old and New in Civil War Military History

pp. 418-425
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Another Kind of War

pp. 426-431
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Littletowners

pp. 432-436
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Bridge That Gap? A Fading Cheer for the Engineer

pp. 437-441
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The Meanings of the Modern City: Chicago After the Linguistic Turn

pp. 442-447
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Fictions and Fantasies of Early-Twentieth-Century Manhood

pp. 448-453
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Getting Real

pp. 454-460
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Next to Godliness

pp. 461-465
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"Such a Helpless Body": Dissenting Senators and Foreign Policy Issues in the 1920s

pp. 466-470
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Morals, Mobility, and the Law

pp. 471-475
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America Analyzed

pp. 476-481
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Industrial Feminists and Other Communities of Workers

pp. 482-487
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The Triumph and "Tragedy" of Walter Reuther

pp. 488-494
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Armies of Negroes

pp. 495-499
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A Not-So-Secret Agenda

pp. 500-506
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Writing International History on the Periphery

pp. 507-512
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Reshaping Our Sense of the Past: The Cold War and D├ętente Reappraised

pp. 513-518
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From Pennsylvania Dutch to California Ethnic: The Odyssey of David Hollinger

pp. 519-523
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The Politics of the War Powers

pp. 524-527
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Understanding Indignation: Gar Alperovitz, Robert Maddox, and the Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb

pp. 529-536
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Plowshares Into Swords and Vice Versa

pp. 537-541
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In Retrospect

In Retrospect: Back to Virgin Land

pp. 542-553
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