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  Volume 25, Number 4, December 1997

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Editor's Note

p. ix


The Triumph of Democratic Capitalism-- Without the Democracy and the Capitalism

pp. 531-536

Prudent Rebels: New York City and the American Revolution

pp. 537-544

The Restoration of George Washington

pp. 545-552

The Forgotten Revolutionary War in the Middle States

pp. 553-556

Black Communities in Antebellum America: Buttressing Held Views

pp. 557-563

The Sectionalization of American Politics

pp. 564-569

You Can't Go Home Again: Politics, War, and Domestic Life in the Nineteenth-Century South

pp. 570-576

Dead White Males on Horseback

pp. 577-582

The Politics of Money in Industrializing America, 1865-1896

pp. 583-588

Art-Culture in the Gilded Age

pp. 589-593

And To Think That It Happened on Mt. Auburn Street: Dr. James, Harvard, and the Making of Manhood

pp. 594-599

Culturing Tuberculosis: The Multiple Meanings of Disease

pp. 600-605

The Rise and Fall of the U.S. Children's Bureau

pp. 606-611

The Troublesome History of Foundations: Correcting a Contentious History

pp. 612-618

The Hairy Ape Up In Mabel's Room

pp. 619-624

Popular Culture and the Popular Front

pp. 625-630

Missionaries on the "Middle Ground" in China

pp. 631-636

Public Housing in America: Lost Opportunities

pp. 637-642

Science Goes to War: The Radiation Laboratory, Radar, and Their Technological Consequences

pp. 643-647

How the West Won

pp. 648-652

"The Only Salvation People Had Was To Organize" or Quiescence on the Installment Plan?

pp. 653-658

Rural? Radical?

pp. 659-666

The Urban Crisis as History (review)

pp. 667-673

Somewhat Like Us

pp. 674-679

White Crime: S&L Christmas

pp. 680-685

Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition: Evangelicals and the Military Since World War II

pp. 686-691

A Religious Perspective on Writing and Teaching History

pp. 692-697

Politics as Usual?

pp. 698-703

Anything but "Correct"

pp. 704-708

With Friends Like These...

pp. 709-714

Still In Saigon...

pp. 715-725

Robert McNamara's Journey to Hanoi: Reflections on a Lost War

pp. 726-731

War as Hell: Blasting Survivors' Minds

pp. 732-737

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