Volume 29, Number 4, December 2001

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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The Red Atlantic

pp. 479-486
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The Class of '35

pp. 487-490
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Love, Colonial Style

pp. 491-496
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Listening for God in America

pp. 497-501
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A People's Revolution? Towards a New History of the Revolutionary Era

pp. 502-509
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Land, Law, and History

pp. 510-515
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Not Like a Rolling Stone

pp. 516-522
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Peddling Stories

pp. 523-529
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A Tale of Two Cities

pp. 530-537
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Honor, Law, and Identity: The Troubled Nature of Antebellum Slave Trials in the Deep South

pp. 538-545
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Fanny Kemble and the South's Peculiar Institution

pp. 546-549
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Recovered Memory of the Civil War

pp. 550-558
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Straight Ahead or Sharp Turn? Court and Constitution in 1937

pp. 559-566
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Race and Labor in the Twentieth Century

pp. 567-572
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Civil Rights Unionism

pp. 573-580
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A Loss? Or a Labor?

pp. 581-586
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The Cost of Cost Analysis: Changing Agendas in Poverty Research

pp. 587-596
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Skeletons, and Other Things, in the Closet

pp. 597-603
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Complicating Stories and Crossing Boundaries

pp. 604-609
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The Decline of the Great Plains

pp. 610-613
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We Are All New Western Historians Now

pp. 614-620
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Remembrance in the Aftermath of War

pp. 621-627
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Battling Over the Boundaries of the American Electorate

pp. 628-634
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In Retrospect: Robert Middlekauff's The Mathers

pp. 635-646
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