Volume 29, Number 3, September 2001

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Guns and the Politics of History

pp. 329-337
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America's Liberal Education

pp. 338-345
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Turner Redux

pp. 346-351
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Local Problem or National Failure? Murder in New York

pp. 352-356
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The New Black Intellectual History

pp. 357-367
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Naturally Right

pp. 368-376
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A Man of Nineteenth-Century Ideas

pp. 377-379
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The Major

pp. 380-387
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Reviving the Reputation of Charles Eliot Norton

pp. 388-394
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The Trouble They Saw: Approaches to the History of the Convict Lease System

pp. 395-402
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Does Sex Make a Difference? Trials and Tribulations of Late-Nineteenth-Century Gynecological Surgery

pp. 403-409
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The Artist as Observer: A Biography of Robert Gwathmey

pp. 410-416
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Chinese San Francisco, China in America

pp. 417-423
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Deja Vu All Over Again? Contemporary International Migrants in Comparative Historical Perspective

pp. 424-432
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The City That Workers Built

pp. 433-440
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Military History is Alive and Well

pp. 441-446
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Finding the Best Plan to Win the "Good War"

pp. 447-454
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Encountering Colonialism

pp. 455-459
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In Retrospect: Lous Hartz's The Liberal Tradition in America

pp. 460-476
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