Volume 27, Number 2, June 1999

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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In Retrospect: Robert G. Albion's The Rise of New York Port, 1815-1860

pp. 171-179
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Sui Generis

pp. 180-187
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Berlin's Two Concepts of Slavery

pp. 188-193
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Touring New England's Past

pp. 194-201
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Diagnosing the Body Politic

pp. 202-209
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It's a Riot! Mob Violence in Antebellum America

pp. 210-217
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Revolution or Reform

pp. 218-226
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The Young Lincoln's Struggle for Distinction

pp. 227-233
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Rebels with Causes, Now and Then

pp. 234-242
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Reinventing Woman Suffrage

pp. 243-249
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On Infanticide, the Peculiar Institution, and Public Memory

pp. 250-253
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Reflections of a Reactionary Impressionist

pp. 254-258
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Cleaning Up Our Act: Germ Consciousness in America

pp. 259-266
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Babbitt Who? The Decline of Small-Town America

pp. 267-274
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America's Once Generous Welfare State

pp. 275-281
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We Met in Spinach, Fell in Love in Peaches, and Married in Tomatoes

pp. 282-288
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A Question of Leadership

pp. 289-297
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New Wave Sixties Historiography

pp. 298-305
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Fighting Old Fights

pp. 306-311
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The Newest American Nativism

pp. 312-317
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Something Old, Something New, and Some Things Really for the Future: Recent Work on American Immigration and Ethnicity

pp. 318-333
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Hofstadter Lives: Political Culture and Temperament in the Work of an American Historian

pp. 334-348
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