Volume 28, Number 2, June 2000

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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What's Love Got to Do With It?: The History of Men, The History of Gender in the 1990s

pp. 167-180
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The Migration of the Non-English to Eighteenth-Century Colonial America

pp. 181-186
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Going Dutch

pp. 187-194
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Building Towns and Myths

pp. 195-200
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The Anti-Federalists: America's Other Founders

pp. 201-207
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Reading Reading

pp. 208-214
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The Whigs, the Wood, and the Trees

pp. 215-222
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'Peculiarly Woman's Cause': Feminism, Race, and the Struggle for Equality

pp. 223-229
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Divorce: A Woman's Redress?

pp. 230-237
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Good Books and Holy Fits

pp. 238-244
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The American West Reprised, Revised, and Revived

pp. 245-250
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Trouble in Mind

pp. 251-254
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The Contraction of Freedom

pp. 255-262
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The Life Cycle of Buildings: Structures in Social and Cultural History

pp. 263-269
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The Seen, The Unseen, and the Obscene: Pre-Code Hollywood

pp. 270-277
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Lest We Forget: Legal History and Anti-Communism during the Cold War

pp. 278-283
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Agency Amidst the Agencies

pp. 284-289
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The Boundaries of Class in Urban America: Street Gangs, Social Workers, and the Meaning of the Mean Streets

pp. 290-297
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In the Trenches of the Sexual Revolution

pp. 298-302
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The Pentagon's War, The Media's War

pp. 303-308
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Mass Wasteland

pp. 309-317
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Not Dr. Laura

pp. 318-326
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Instead Of a Sequel, or How I Lost My Subject

pp. 327-339
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