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  Volume 25, Number 1, March 1997

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Confessions of a British North Americanist: Borderlands Historiography and Early American History

pp. 1-12
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Colliding with the Past

pp. 13-18
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Mad Max (Weber) in New England

pp. 19-24
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The Politics of Culture in Provincial New England

pp. 25-30
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Fortress America

pp. 31-36
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Worldly Men and Pious Women: The Rise of a Double Standard in Colonial Connecticut

pp. 37-43
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The First Congressional Gridlock

pp. 44-48
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New Light on the Old Frontier

pp. 49-53
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The Cultural Significance of an "Internal Improvement"

pp. 54-57
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Jacksonianism and the Promise of Improvement

pp. 58-62
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A Special Angle: The Northern Black Middle Class in Late-Nineteenth-Century America

pp. 63-67
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Europeans on the Move

pp. 68-72
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Bible, Babel, and Boorishness

pp. 73-81
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Fleshing Out the Kingdom of God: A Synthetic Look at Anglo-American Social Christianity

pp. 82-88
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The Pitfalls of Comparative Context: Deweyan Democracy in Transatlantic Perspective

pp. 89-94
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The Party of Limits

pp. 95-100
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Who Elected Tugwell?

pp. 101-106
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Scolding American Liberalism

pp. 107-112
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Modernism and Matricide

pp. 113-120
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"Professors into Propagandists": German POWs and the Failure of Reeducation

pp. 121-126
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Good War Wives

pp. 127-131
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Corps Values

pp. 132-135
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From Country Lanes to Sunbelt Boosterism: The South Since World War II

pp. 136-139
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Just One Word: Plastics

pp. 140-145
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The Privatizing of Public Opinion

pp. 146-150
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Entering and Exiting the Vietnam War: Cowardly Generals and Courageous Soldiers

pp. 151-156
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Russia's Vietnam War

pp. 157-162
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Restless Natives

pp. 163-173
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Looking for Spies in All the Wrong Places

pp. 174-185
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Correspondence

Correspondence

pp. 186-188
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Research Areas

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