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  Volume 40, Number 1, March 2012

Table of Contents


Flying the Yellow Jack: Microbes in Defense of America

pp. 1-5

Can These Bones Live?: Death and Life in Early America

pp. 6-9

Republics Ancient and Modern (Continued)

pp. 10-17

Ethnohistory and Iroquoia

pp. 18-24

A Regional Run-up to Revolution

pp. 25-29

A Small, Unquiet Place

pp. 30-34

Assessing the Giants of the Founding Era: A New History?

pp. 35-41

The Long Shadow of the Founding

pp. 42-51

Too Big to Fail, So Blame the Critics—Early Republic Style

pp. 52-56

Extinction and Survival: Remembering New England Indians

pp. 57-61

Remember the Raisin!

pp. 62-67

Fugitive Slaves, the Higher Law, and the Coming of the Civil War

pp. 68-72

Here Comes the Fear—Again

pp. 73-82

Which Side Are You On, God, Which Side Are You On?

pp. 83-87

The World the War Made: The "Disturbing Tendencies" of the Civil War and the New Map of Reconstruction

pp. 88-95

Great Migrations, Great Stories, Great History?

pp. 96-100

"Too Many Young Men Who Smoke Pipes": Time, Inc. and the Interst itial Intellectual

pp. 101-105

Working Mothers and Happy Housewives: Grocery Stores, Mothers, and The Loss of Power

pp. 106-111

He Murdered Dick and Jane

pp. 112-115

Up from the Sixties

pp. 116-121

Civil Rights History Reframed

pp. 122-127

How Pivotal Were the Seventies?

pp. 128-138

Holding Out for a Hero: Patty Hearst and American Culture in the Seventies

pp. 139-144


pp. 145-158

One, Two, Three, Many Modernizations

pp. 159-165

A Life of Learning in the Classroom

pp. 166-173

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