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  Volume 40, Number 2, June 2012

Table of Contents

Practicing Religions, Empires, and Degrees of Toleration

pp. 175-180
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Shattered Zone and the Rise of the Chickasaw People

pp. 181-185
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From Corn to Casinos: The Catch-22 of Native American Afluence

pp. 186-190
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The Enduring Book

pp. 191-197
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Travails of an African Healer in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World

pp. 198-202
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The Vibrant World and Tragic Death of Thomas Jeremiah

pp. 203-210
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Iroquois Home Front

pp. 211-214
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History, Myth, and the Making of America

pp. 215-221
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African Uprisings

pp. 222-228
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Altered States

pp. 229-234
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Natural Science and Justice

pp. 235-242
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"America for the Americans": Revisiting Monroe's Message

pp. 243-247
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Metropole and Periphery

pp. 248-253
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Indian Resistance as Race War

pp. 254-258
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"The Middle Class" as Ideology

pp. 259-263
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The Births, Deaths, and Rebirths of Great American Cities

pp. 264-269
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Out of Africa

pp. 270-276
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Jo's Women

pp. 277-281
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Toward A More Perfect Union

pp. 282-288
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Redeeming the Child: Adoptive and Foster Care in the Progressive Era

pp. 289-293
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What a Piece of Work Is a Man

pp. 294-300
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Political Partnerships, Political History

pp. 301-307
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Of Liberal Persuasion

pp. 308-312
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Plain-folk California Dreamin'

pp. 313-318
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Hartz Is Dead. Long Live Hartz

pp. 319-324
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Questioning Conservatism's Ascendancy: A Reexamination of the Rightward Shift in Modern American Politics

pp. 325-331
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Tracking the Cold War in Latin America

pp. 332-338
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Reflections: On Mentoring Apprentice Historians and Appreciating Mentors—Gleaned from the Memories of Others

pp. 339-348
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