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  Volume 12, Number 2, April 2011

Table of Contents

Novelties: A Historian's Field Notes from Fiction

pp. 2-6
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The Christian Right's Partisan Commitment

pp. 7-9
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The Myth of Religious Violence: An Interview with William Cavanaugh

pp. 10-11
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America in an Age of Fracture: A Forum

Age of Fracture

pp. 12-14
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Daniel Rodgers's (New) Consensus History

pp. 14-15
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Popular Media in an Age of Fracture

pp. 15-17
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A Response to Age of Fracture

pp. 17-19
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On a Darkling Plain

pp. 19-20
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A New Consensus?

p. 21
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The Uses of American History: An Interview with Jill Lepore

pp. 23-24
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In Search of a New Crusade: A Review Essay

pp. 25-27
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Preaching to the Choir: A Response to Christopher Shannon

pp. 28-29
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Intellectual History and the Return of Religion

pp. 30-31
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John Lukacs's Future of History: A Forum

Some Personal Reflections on John Lukacs and The Future of History

pp. 32-33
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On The Future of History

pp. 34-35
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John Lukacs and the Recent Practices of Historians

pp. 35-36
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Reflections on the MacArthur Controversy at Sixty

pp. 37-40
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States and Societies in Early Modern Europe: A Revisionist Approach

pp. 40-41
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Drawing Lessons from the Past

pp. 42-44
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