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  Volume 39, Number 3, September 2011

Table of Contents

And the War Came

pp. 389-394
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Liberating Habeas Corpus

pp. 395-400
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Insular Exceptionalism

pp. 401-405
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"When I drink, I think; and when I think, I drink": The Delights of Consumption in the Early Modern Atlantic World

pp. 406-414
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Making the Middle Class: One Letter at a Time

pp. 415-420
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The First American Political Movement

pp. 421-426
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Founding Fables

pp. 427-433
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"What Have the Romans Ever Done for Us?"

pp. 434-440
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That's No Guppy, That's Leviathan: Rethinking the Federal Government in the Nineteenth Century

pp. 441-446
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The Emancipation Moment Revisited

pp. 447-453
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So You Want to Be a Freelance Writer?: Career Advice from a Shack in the Woods

pp. 454-457
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The Culinary Colonization of the American West

pp. 458-463
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Pulitzer's World

pp. 464-469
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Bowling Together?: Resurrecting the "Public" in Modern America

pp. 470-476
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Coming of Age

pp. 477-480
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"A Democratic Way of Seeing"

pp. 481-487
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On the History of American Whiteness

pp. 488-493
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Mobile Hybridism: The Mexican American Generation and Mexican American Music in Los Angeles

pp. 494-499
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Promises of the Past

pp. 500-505
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U.S. Television as Cold War Cultural Missionary

pp. 506-516
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The American Investment in Marriage

pp. 517-522
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The Original Cold Warrior, Democratic Party

pp. 523-528
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Onward, Christian Soldiers

pp. 529-534
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A Matter of Perspective: Local Approaches to Studying Civil Rights Activism and Liberal Policymaking in the Urban North

pp. 535-541
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Digging in the Sand Pit: America's New Longest War

pp. 542-548
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Secret Government

pp. 549-560
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State of the Field: The Politics of Consumption

pp. 561-573
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