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  Volume 9, Number 6, July, August 2008

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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Dominion of Memories: The Decline of the Virginia Dynasty

pp. 2-5

Book Review: Imaginative Constructions of the Nation

pp. 5-6

Pivotal Moments in World History: Three Interviews

pp. 6-9

The Importance of Myths in American Politics

pp. 10-12

Me and Southern Honor

pp. 13-14

Setting the Terms of the Debate

pp. 14-15

The Scope of Southern Honor

pp. 15-16

The Legacy of Bertram Wyatt-Brown's Southern Honor

pp. 16-17

Honorable Dispatches from South Carolina; or, What Some Graduate Students Think of Southern Honor

pp. 17-18

The End of World War II in Asia: An Interview with Sir Max Hastings

pp. 19-21

Evangelical Churches Crossing the Ethnic Divide

pp. 22-23

A Review of Manifestos for History

pp. 25-26

Comments on Manifestos for History

pp. 27-29

Some Reflections on Manifestos for History

pp. 29-30

"What Is to Be Done?" Manifestos for History and the Mission of History Today

pp. 30-32

The Passing of a Generation

pp. 33-34

The "Paranoid Style" Redux: Leftists, Historians, and Conspiracy Theory

pp. 35-37

Making Sense of American Culture in the 1970s: An Interview with Thomas Hine

pp. 38-39


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