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  Volume 9, Number 3, January/February 2008

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From: Historically Speaking

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Rural America and the New Deal: An Experiment in Sustainability

pp. 2-4

The Army's Way of War: An Interview with Brian McAllister Linn

pp. 5-7

How the Fifties Became the Sixties

pp. 8-11

How the Fifties Became the Sixties: A Response

pp. 11-12


pp. 12-14

Response to Whitfield

pp. 14-15

People Are Not Decades

pp. 15-16


pp. 16-18

Doing Justice to the Cold War: A Review Essay

pp. 19-22

Illusions of Managing History: The Enduring Relevance of Reinhold Niebuhr

pp. 23-25

Pentecost for the Southland

pp. 27-29

Hollywood Religion

pp. 29-31

Dangerous Conflation?: A Review of Robert Kagan's Dangerous Nation: America's Foreign Policy from Its Earliest Days to the Dawn of the Twentieth Century

pp. 32-34

The Sunbelt Synthesis: New Histories of the American Conservative Ascendancy

pp. 35-39

Cronyism and Creative Destruction in Pittsburgh and Beyond: A Review Essay

pp. 39-43

Rome and Jerusalem

pp. 43-44

Why Family History?

pp. 45-46

Charlie Wilson's War: History as Romantic Comedy

pp. 47-48


pp. 49-50

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

pp. 52-56

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