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  Volume 30, Number 1, March 2002

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Honor, Grace, and War (But Not Slavery?) in Southern Culture

pp. 1-7

Provincial Women in Transition

pp. 8-12

South Carolina History Through Women's Eyes

pp. 13-21

The Littlest Commonwealth? The Neglected Importance of Sibling Relations in American Family History

pp. 22-30

The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Counterrevolution

pp. 31-38

The Homefront in Black and White

pp. 39-50

"United We Stand, Divided We Fall": Examining Confederate Defeat

pp. 51-57

Partisan Politics and the End of Slavery

pp. 58-65

More Souths?

pp. 66-71

The Making of Southern Disfranchisement: A View from Inside the Hall

pp. 72-79

Tricking the Eye and Exposing the Body: The Dialectics of Mass Deception

pp. 80-87

A Tarnished Icon

pp. 88-92

Poor Little Rich Boy

pp. 93-97

Santa Only Brought Me the Blues: Family Holidays, Old and New

pp. 98-105

The Personal is (Still) Political: Marriage, Citizenship, and Women's and Gender History

pp. 106-113

Battling Breast Cancer

pp. 114-123

Beyond the Synagogue Gallery. .. and Beyond

pp. 124-131

Anti-Semitism in the American Army

pp. 132-135

American Jews and the Civil Rights Movement

pp. 136-140

Brown v. Board of Education Revisited

pp. 141-148

Liberalism, Nation, and Race

pp. 149-155

Richard the Bleeding Hearted

pp. 156-167

Rationality, Agency, Contingency: Recent Trends in the History of Technology

pp. 168-181

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