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  Volume 9, Number 1, September/October 2007

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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The Great Awakening and the Contested Origins of American Evangelical Christianity

pp. 2-4
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Lord Dacre of Glanton Remembers: A Portrait of the Historian as a Young Man at Oxford in the 1930s

pp. 5-7
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Why Did the Cold War End Peacefully?: The Importance of Europe

pp. 8-10
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Revisiting the Idea of Progress in History

pp. 11-12
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Moral Progress and Early Modern Science

pp. 13-14
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American Liberal Protestantism and the Concept of Progress, 1870-1930

pp. 15-17
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Religion, Progress, and Professional Historians

pp. 17-19
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The World of Whiteness

pp. 20-22
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American History and Classical Hollywood

pp. 23-24
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Reconstruction and the American West: An Interview with Heather Cox Richardson

pp. 25-27
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Little Rock and the History of the Civil Rights Movement

pp. 28-31
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Little Rock Betrayed

pp. 31-32
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The Emerging Conservative Court Majority

pp. 32-33
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Antoine Roquentin, Historian?: A Critical Look at Jean-Paul Sartre's Nausea

pp. 34-36
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Gernika in Context

pp. 36-39
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Taking My Lumps in an Ever Flattening World

p. 40
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The Historical Society's 2008 Conference: Migration, Diaspora, Ethnicity, & Nationalism in History Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, June 5-8, 2008

pp. 43-45
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