Volume 38, Number 2, June 2010

Table of Contents

What's Queer Got To Do With It?

pp. 189-198
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Footnotes and Bloodsport: Francis Jennings on the Early American Frontier

pp. 199-208
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Anthony Benezet: Linking Local And Global Abolitionism

pp. 209-214
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(Women's) Money Makes the World Go 'Round

pp. 215-220
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The Art of Constitution-Making

pp. 221-227
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Making Connections

pp. 228-233
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Decent Democrat, Indecent Democracy: Madison on Public Opinion and Westward Expansion

pp. 234-240
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History as Prophecy and Politics as Salvation

pp. 241-246
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Transforming a Field: The Critical Tradition in American Legal History

pp. 247-252
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The Cult of Domesticity, Southern Style

pp. 253-258
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Marriage, Murder, and Memoirs

pp. 259-263
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More Lincoln Books: Contributions or Merely Additions?

pp. 264-270
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The Rhetoric and Corruption of Andrew Johnson's Reconstruction

pp. 271-276
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A Cause Not Lost

pp. 277-282
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New York's Lascivious Nineteenth-Century Publishing Industry

pp. 283-288
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Losing a Lake, Making a Mountain

pp. 289-294
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The Marketing of Southern Identity

pp. 295-300
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Catholic Women at the Turn of The Twentieth Century: Defying Dichotomies

pp. 301-306
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An Empire Upon a Hill

pp. 307-314
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Conservatism from the Vasty Deep

pp. 315-320
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Women's Sexuality and the Politics of Possibility

pp. 321-325
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Writing Lives and Writing History

pp. 326-335
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Public versus Private Spheres in Southern Law and Politics

pp. 336-342
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Chambers, Trilling, and the Conservative Turn

pp. 343-348
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Permanent Stranger

pp. 349-354
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Soviet Espionage in America: An Oft-Told tale

pp. 355-361
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Women's History as Diaspora History

pp. 362-366
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Reflections: Rethinking the History of American Conservatism

pp. 367-392
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