Volume 40, Number 4, December 2012

Table of Contents

Seeking a Relevant Marx

pp. 523-529
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The English Frontier in North America

pp. 530-536
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The Mask of Guy Fawkes

pp. 537-543
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America’s Geographic Revolution

pp. 544-549
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Revolutionary-Era Liberty in a Cultural Context: Narrative Theory Versus Conceptual History

pp. 550-556
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Not Your Usual “Founders”

pp. 557-565
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High Time to Ask Again: What Are States Good For?

pp. 566-571
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American Military History: A Look at the Field

pp. 572-580
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Politics, Profit, and Practice in Early American Religion

pp. 581-589
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Facing the Nation

pp. 590-599
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So Out It’s In: The History and Revival of Thrift in America

pp. 600-605
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Piecing Together National Character

pp. 606-611
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Scientific Exceptionalism: Popular and Elite Practice in Early America

pp. 612-616
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The Rights of Dependents and the Wrongs of Cruelty: Animals, Children, and the Sympathetic State

pp. 617-622
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John Brown, Cultural Interpretation, and the “Inadequate Tool” of Biography

pp. 623-629
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Politics, Personalities, Principles: The Union Disintegrates, 1860

pp. 630-636
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A Slaveholders’ Republic in the Tumult of War

pp. 637-645
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American Exceptionalism in a Perhaps Unexpected Arena

pp. 646-650
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From Object of Inquiry to Subject of Public Policy: A History of the Fetus

pp. 651-655
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More than a Building, More than a Miracle

pp. 656-660
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Isolationism as Rhizome

pp. 661-667
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Labor and the Legislative Process: The Long, Twilight Struggle

pp. 668-672
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A Theology of Limits

pp. 673-679
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Cancer’s Face

pp. 680-685
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A Reconsideration of An American Dilemma

pp. 686-692
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The Sounds of the Early Cold War

pp. 693-698
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Blight’s Oracles

pp. 699-704
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Nixon, the Supreme Court, and the Politics of Electoral Realignment

pp. 705-710
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Pressure Is a Privilege: Billie Jean King, Title IX, and Gender Equity

pp. 711-715
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Reflections: Doing History in and out of Academia

pp. 716-724
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Volume 40: Reviews in American History 2012

pp. 729-737
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