Volume 26, Number 4, December 1998

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Author-Title-Reviewer Index for Volume 26 (1998)

pp. 801-805
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Articles

Mixed Blessings: Christianization and Secularization

pp. 637-643
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"Power" in Puritan Massachusetts

pp. 644-649
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What Do Merchants Believe? Trade and Empire in Colonial New York

pp. 650-655
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The Pen is Mightier than the Sword

pp. 656-662
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Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered: Salem's Witches Haunt New England History

pp. 663-667
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Benedict Arnold as Hero

pp. 668-673
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Concepts of Property in American Law: Confused Vision?

pp. 674-680
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Lynching: A Practice with a History

pp. 681-686
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Family Values and Nineteenth-Century American Politics

pp. 687-692
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Out of the Shadows

pp. 693-698
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The Real War Will Never Get in the Statues

pp. 699-704
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Resisting the Pickett T-Shirt

pp. 705-710
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Oh Give Me a Home? Disabled Civil War Veterans and the Welfare State

pp. 711-716
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Victorian Vice

pp. 717-724
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The Business of American Business is War

pp. 725-730
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Still in Search of Progressivism?

pp. 731-736
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Intellectual History in Detail

pp. 737-742
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The First Amendment's New Standard History

pp. 743-750
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In and Out of the Adoption Closet

pp. 751-758
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Men, Maps, and Markets: First Causes and Last Resorts in U.S.-Japan Relations

pp. 759-765
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Lone Star

pp. 766-771
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Sea World: A New Breed of Amusement

pp. 772-777
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By the Bomb's Early Noir

pp. 778-785
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Taylor Branch's America

pp. 786-792
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Timely Reminders

pp. 793-798
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