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  Volume 24, Number 4, December 1996

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Good Old-Fashioned New Social History and the Twentieth-Century American Right

pp. 555-573

"A Barrel Tapped at Both Ends": New Jersey and Economic Development

pp. 574-578

Let's Hear It for the Losers

pp. 579-584

The Case for Religious Incorrectness

pp. 585-589

Slave Law as Contract and Hierarchy

pp. 590-595

The Communications Revolution

pp. 596-600

God Prosper the Right: The First Coming of Evangelical Politics

pp. 601-606

The Origins of the Civil War: A New Interpretation

pp. 607-612

Sitting on the Front Porch Watching the War

pp. 613-617

Institutional Solutions?

pp. 618-623

Did Wilson Have a Russia Policy?

pp. 624-628

The Tail that Wags the Dog: Football and the American University

pp. 629-634

Astonishing Chicago

pp. 635-640

Labor's Fragile Juggernaut

pp. 641-646

The Trouble with Welfare

pp. 647-651

Human Guinea Pigs: Medical Experimentation Before World War II

pp. 652-656

A Legendary Death, A Legendary Racial Divide

pp. 657-662

The Protestant and the Catholic: Dimensions to Asian American History

pp. 663-667

Sacrifestivals: On Christianity and Mass Consumption in America

pp. 668-675

Erik Barnouw's Close-Ups

pp. 676-680

Crying Wolf: American Anticommunism

pp. 681-685

The Life and Times of Harry S. Truman

pp. 686-691

TVA on the Mekong: LBJ, the New Deal, and the Tragedy of Vietnam

pp. 692-694

Lyndon Johnson's Foreign Policy in Perspective

pp. 695-700

The Frontier Thesis

pp. 701-705

Culture Wars: The Prequel

pp. 706-711

In Retrospect

In Retrospect: George Rawick's From Sundown to Sunup and the Dialectic of Marxian Slave Studies

pp. 712-725

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