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  Volume 38, Number 1, March 2010

Table of Contents

John Hope Franklin: A Legacy of Excellence

pp. 1-7
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Comparing Atlantic Histories

pp. 8-16
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Heaven and Hell on Earth: Visualizing the Unseen World of American Realism

pp. 17-22
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The Ladies Were Forgotten

pp. 23-26
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The People’s Politics

pp. 27-33
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Profiles in Moderation

pp. 34-40
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The Rule of Law in the Early Republic

pp. 41-47
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The Union Strikes Back

pp. 48-53
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Jefferson in Retirement

pp. 54-60
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“This Narrative Is No Fiction”: Harriet Jacobs in the Archives

pp. 61-66
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“What Shall We Do with the Narrative of American Progress?”: Lincoln at 200 and National Mythology

pp. 67-71
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Romancing Reform: A Biography of Thomas L. Kane

pp. 72-79
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The “Party Period” Framework and the Election of 1848

pp. 80-86
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Prostitutes and Female Patriots in the Civil War Era

pp. 87-92
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Reading Kansas: Media Bias and the Territorial Struggle over Slavery

pp. 93-98
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Gilded Age Statecraft

pp. 99-103
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Watching the Tides

pp. 104-108
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Feminist Crossings

pp. 109-113
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Thrillers, Detective Stories, and Bloody Narratives

pp. 114-119
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The Ethnic Universalism of Lillian Wald

pp. 120-126
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“I have Worn Out Another Pair of Shoes for My Country”: Gender, Sexuality, and World War II

pp. 127-132
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Know Your Enemy

pp. 133-138
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Revisiting a Cold War Crisis: The Pentagon’s 1966 Search for a Missing Hydrogen Bomb

pp. 139-144
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Atomic Historiography

pp. 145-152
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Contextualizing the Roots of Environmental Law

pp. 153-159
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The “National Game” as Stolen Goods

pp. 160-162
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Giants in an All-Too-Human World

pp. 163-168
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The Lincoln-Douglass Debate

pp. 169-177
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John Stauffer Responds

pp. 178-180
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W. Caleb McDaniel Responds

pp. 181-182
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The Man Who Could Walk Through Walls

pp. 183-188
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