1. Sensing Race, Sensing History
  2. Mark M. Smith
  3. pp. 2-5
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  1. Cuisine and National Identity in the Early Republic
  2. James E. McWilliams
  3. pp. 5-8
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  1. Southern Memories
  2. W. Fitzhugh Brundage
  3. pp. 8-11
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  1. An Interview with Richard Vinen
  2. Joseph S. Lucas
  3. pp. 14-17
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  1. Progress in History
  2. Bruce Mazlish
  3. pp. 18-21
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  1. Progress: Directionality or Betterment?
  2. David Christian
  3. pp. 22-25
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  1. Progress as Parochialism
  2. J. C. D. Clark
  3. pp. 26-28
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  1. Progress in History
  2. Robert E. Lucas Jr.
  3. pp. 28-29
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  1. Contingency, Necessity, Teleology, and Progress: Reply to Mazlish
  2. Aviezer Tucker
  3. pp. 30-31
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  1. Rejoinder
  2. Bruce Mazlish
  3. pp. 32-33
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  1. Reagan and the West: How Jeffersonian Ideals Reached the 40th President
  2. Glen Jeansonne, David Luhrssen
  3. pp. 34-36
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  1. Looking Backward: The Southern Manifesto of 1956
  2. Timothy S. Huebner
  3. pp. 36-39
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  1. The Public Use of History
  2. Jeremy Black
  3. pp. 39-41
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  1. Letters
  2. Bruce L. Brager, Richard C. Carrier, Jack Goldstone
  3. pp. 42-43
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