1. Retreat from Protectionism: R. B. Bennett and the Movement to Freer Trade in Canada, 1930–1935
  2. Anthony Patrick O’Brien, Judith A. McDonald
  3. pp. 331-365
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  1. The Master, the Maverick, and the Machine: Three Wartime Promoters of Peace
  2. Kenneth Weisbrode
  3. pp. 366-391
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  1. A New Form of Credit: The State Promotes Home Improvement, 1934–1954
  2. Richard Harris
  3. pp. 392-423
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  1. “Directions in Arts Policy History”
  2. Donna M. Binkiewicz
  3. pp. 424-430
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  1. Politicizing Women’s History, Engendering Policy History
  2. Eileen Boris
  3. pp. 431-438
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  1. Domestic Containment or Equal Standing?: Gender, Nationalism, and the War on Terror
  2. Gretchen Ritter
  3. pp. 439-447
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  1. “Remembering Public Life: Writing Policy into Biography”
  2. Leandra Zarnow
  3. pp. 448-454
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  1. The Happy Marriage of Women’s History and Policy History: The Work of Jane Sherron De Hart
  2. Linda K. Kerber
  3. pp. 455-461
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  1. A Government Out of Sight: The Mystery of National Authority in Nineteenth-Century America (review)
  2. Max M. Edling
  3. pp. 462-468
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  1. Response to Max Edling
  2. Brian Balogh
  3. pp. 469-472
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 473-474
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