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  Volume 28, Number 4, December 2000

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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A Revolution Before the Revolution?

pp. 491-498
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New or Old? Piety in Eighteenth-Century New England

pp. 499-505
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The Empire Hangs On

pp. 506-512
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The Price of Revolution

pp. 513-517
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Grappling with the Character Issue

pp. 518-522
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Unraveling the Social Code?

pp. 523-530
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Examining Our Revolutionary Baggage

pp. 531-538
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Slavery and the Market

pp. 539-546
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The Banjo (and Banjo Players) in America

pp. 547-552
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By the Clock

pp. 553-559
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Involved Disengagement? Reconsidering the Golden Age of Participatory Democracy

pp. 560-568
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Recollecting Racism

pp. 569-575
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Playing with the Big Boys

pp. 576-583
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Toward a History of Consumer Culture, Women, and Politics

pp. 584-592
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Child Guidance and the Democratization of Mother-Blaming

pp. 593-600
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"A Little Touch of Buchenwald": America's Secret Radiation Experiments

pp. 601-606
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Cultural Freedom versus Cultural Spin

pp. 607-614
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Forgotten Fellow Travelers in the Struggle Against the War

pp. 615-624
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Making Vietnam History

pp. 625-629
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Beginning and Ending War: The United States and the Vietnam War

pp. 630-635
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The Paradoxes of Kennedy Liberalism

pp. 636-643
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