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  Volume 58, Number 3, Summer 2011

Table of Contents

Editor's Page

How Shall We Support Democracy?

p. 1
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Politics Abroad

Sandmonkey: “Too Stupid to Govern Us”

pp. 5-7
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Re-Imagining Education Reform

Targeting Teachers

pp. 9-14
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The Price of Human Capital: Educational Reform and the Illusion of Equal Opportunity

pp. 15-20
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Articles

Dangerous Worlds: Teaching Film in Prison

pp. 21-33
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The Meaning of Patriotism in 1789: Is Love of One’s Country Good for Humanity?

pp. 34-41
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Achieving Global and Local Justice

pp. 42-48
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Party of the Future: Voices from the Millennial Generation

Introduction: Not-So-Innocents Abroad

pp. 49-50
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CouchSurfing

pp. 50-52
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To Krakow and Back

pp. 53-55
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Durzay Area, Garmsir District, Helmand Province, Afghanistan

pp. 55-58
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Return to Tehran

pp. 58-60
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Faith in the Rubble

pp. 60-63
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The Long Haul

pp. 63-66
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Women Take the Field

pp. 67-69
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Arguments

Politics’ Fatal Therapeutic Turn

pp. 71-78
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Marshall Ganz Responds

pp. 78-79
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Zelda Bronstein Replies

pp. 79-80
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Against Religious Freedom

pp. 81-85
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William Galston Responds

pp. 86-87
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Austin Dacey and Colin Koproske Reply

pp. 88-89
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Reconsiderations

Battleship Potemkin and Beyond: Film and Revolutionary Politics

pp. 90-95
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Notebook

Four Myths About Teachers

pp. 97-98
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Books

Iron Horse and Gilded Age

pp. 99-103
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The Problem That Had No Name

pp. 103-108
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Young, Rebellious, and White

pp. 109-111
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The Last Page

The Last Page

p. 112
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Research Areas

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