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  Volume 26, Number 3, September 1998

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Ahanagran's Loss

pp. 475-481
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Britain's Big Apple

pp. 482-488
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Is There An American Self?

pp. 489-496
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The Best Poor Man's Country As Middle Ground? Mainstreaming Indians in Early American Studies

pp. 497-503
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Festive Nationalism and Antiparty Partyism

pp. 504-509
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Racism and the Craft of History

pp. 510-515
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Power and Place: Gender, Greed, and the Creole French Elite

pp. 516-520
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The Most Extraordinary Man on God's Footstool

pp. 521-525
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Conflicting Celebrations: The Democratization of Festive Culture

pp. 526-530
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Andrew Jackson Downing

pp. 531-540
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Native American Missionary-Writers

pp. 541-545
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Old Thad Stevens: A Story of Frustrated Ambition

pp. 546-551
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Another Trial of Another Century: The Case of Historians Versus the "Economic Paradigm" in Nineteenth-Century Law

pp. 552-557
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Enlarging the Jurisdiction of Police History

pp. 558-564
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History Writing, With Light

pp. 565-574
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The Ragged Edge of History: Intellectuals and the American West

pp. 575-580
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Success and the Single Man

pp. 581-586
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Radium Girls, Corporate Boys

pp. 587-592
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The Train That Jack Rode

pp. 593-598
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Die Velt, Yene Velt, Roosevelt: The Legacy of Jewish Liberalism in American Political Culture

pp. 599-605
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Bush's Elite League

pp. 606-613
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Caring Corporations, The Sequel

pp. 614-619
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Revealing America's Welfare State

pp. 620-624
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Re-Imagining the Child's World

pp. 625-629
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JFK: Celebrity-In-Chief or Commander-In-Chief?

pp. 630-636
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