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  2. Thomas P. Slaughter
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  1. Can Political History Also Be a People's History?: The Case of Thomas Babington Macaulay
  2. Michael Kammen
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  1. Traders and Natives in the Northeast
  2. Patricia Seed
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  1. Seeing Like a Town: Putting the Politics Back into Colonial New England's Economy and Society
  2. Christopher Clark
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  1. Putting the Dutch Republic Back in New Netherland
  2. Holly A. Rine
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  1. The Landscape of Life on the Mid-Atlantic Frontier
  2. Patrick Spero
  3. pp. 30-38
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  1. Abigail Economicus
  2. Nancy Isenberg
  3. pp. 39-46
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  1. Uncommon Labor in Early Baltimore
  2. Peter John Way
  3. pp. 47-53
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  1. From Deference to Democracy: The Transformation of American Society, 1789-1815
  2. James Roger Sharp
  3. pp. 54-60
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  1. Complexity, Change, and the Historiography of the Old South
  2. Matthew Mason
  3. pp. 61-65
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  1. "History Is the Stream We All Go Fishing In"
  2. David Harlan
  3. pp. 66-73
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  1. Immigration Historiography at the Crossroads
  2. David A. Gerber
  3. pp. 74-86
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  1. Data, Dialects, and Migration Experiences
  2. Mary H. Blewett
  3. pp. 87-94
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  1. Abolitionist Politics
  2. Stanley Harrold
  3. pp. 95-100
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  1. Box of Chocolates
  2. Andrew J. Bacevich
  3. pp. 101-106
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  1. Locating the South During the Civil War and Reconstruction
  2. Susanna Michele Lee
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  1. A Palace that Will Fall upon Them: Reconstruction as a Problem of Occupation
  2. Gregory P. Downs
  3. pp. 118-126
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  1. Knowledge Is Power: Segregation, Education, and the (African) American Mind
  2. Anja Becker
  3. pp. 127-133
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  1. Gilman Reconsidered
  2. Denise Lynn
  3. pp. 134-139
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  1. Biography, Art, and Culture
  2. Julia E. Liss
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  1. The Visible Hand of Woodrow Wilson
  2. Carol C. Chin
  3. pp. 149-155
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  1. Jazz, Culture, and Race in the New Deal Era
  2. Burton W. Peretti
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  1. Big Man on Campus?: Hitler and the American University
  2. Robert Cohen
  3. pp. 163-170
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  1. The Politics of Accommodation
  2. Donald T. Critchlow
  3. pp. 171-174
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  1. Evangelical Economics: Reexamining Christian Political Culture from a Market-Based Perspective
  2. Daniel K. Williams
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  1. Arthur Miller, American Rebel
  2. Paul Buhle
  3. pp. 185-189
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  1. Ayn Rand: A Romantic, Secular Libertarian
  2. Ruth Rosen
  3. pp. 190-195
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  1. Losing the War
  2. Beth Bailey
  3. pp. 196-204
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  1. Reflections: "Where Have All the Flowers Gone . . . When Will They Ever Learn?"
  2. Walter Nugent
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