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  Volume 25, Number 3, September 1997

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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History's Divining Rod

pp. 369-374
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Heritage and History: Twins Separated at Birth

pp. 375-378
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Virginian Luxuries: Sex and Power in a Slave Society

pp. 379-385
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The Founding Again: Both Politics and Ideas

pp. 386-389
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American Abyss

pp. 390-395
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A Band of Brothers?

pp. 396-401
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Liberalizing Vermont

pp. 402-407
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The Market Revolution Ate My Homework

pp. 408-415
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Regulation's Hidden History

pp. 416-421
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The Crisis of Confederate Womanhood

pp. 422-426
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"Countless Thousands Mourn": America's Great Racial War

pp. 427-432
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Habeas Corpus: Death in Nineteenth-Century America

pp. 433-438
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Believing That Race Counted

pp. 439-444
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Coming to Grips with the Limitations of Science: Infertility and Heredity in American History

pp. 445-450
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Getting Under Your Skin: X-rays as Social History

pp. 451-455
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Putting a Face to the Name

pp. 456-461
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All Waters Run Deep

pp. 462-468
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State Building as Sandwich Making

pp. 469-474
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What's In and What's Out

pp. 475-480
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Fighting the Good War at Home

pp. 481-487
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Urban Planning and White Supremacy: Development and Segregation in a New South City

pp. 488-493
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The Last Black Regiment

pp. 494-498
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Gender and Foreign Policy

pp. 499-503
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There They Go Again: Change and Continuity in American Liberalism

pp. 504-508
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Promises, Promises

pp. 509-514
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In Assessing New Suburban Forms, Politics Matter

pp. 515-519
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Defining Health Care Reform

pp. 520-525
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