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  Volume 9, Number 5, May/June 2008

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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How "Exceptional" is the United States?

pp. 2-6

Beyond Music: Hindemith's Opera Mathis der Maler as Political Document

pp. 6-9

The U.S. Army, Counterinsurgency, and the Lessons of History

pp. 9-11

Religion in American History: An Interview with Stephen Prothero

pp. 12-14

The Encounter with the New: A Brief History

pp. 16-19

What is the West?

pp. 19-21

Innovation and Human History

pp. 21-23

The Encounter with the New Revisited

pp. 23-24

Jobs and Freedom

pp. 25-26

The End of History; or My Summer with Apocalyptic Christians

pp. 27-28

Apocalyptic Religious Movements in American History

pp. 29-31

More Than Fluff: Protestant Revivals in the 1950s

pp. 32-33

AIDS and Medieval Leprosy: A "Distant Mirror"?

pp. 33-36

The Year of the Great Red Scare

pp. 36-38

An Interview with Michael J. Klarman on Race and American Legal History

pp. 39-40

Is There a Viable Populist Cultural History of the United States?

pp. 41-43

Military Education and Social Mobility in the Late Antebellum South

pp. 43-47

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