restricted access   Volume 42, Number 1, March 2014

Table of Contents

Lincoln Versus Douglas: Staging the Inevitable

pp. 1-6
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New Netherland’s Paradox: Dutch Tolerance / Dutch Intolerance

pp. 7-12
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The Many Puritans of Early New England

pp. 13-19
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Paving Tobacco Road

pp. 20-22
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The Revolutions of Revolution Historiography: Cold War Contradance, Neo-Imperial Waltz, or Jazz Standard?

pp. 23-35
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Settler Societies, Open Societies, and Colonialism

pp. 36-42
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Malthus and American History

pp. 43-50
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A Working Stiff’s Crawl

pp. 51-57
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Conquest and the Nation State

pp. 58-64
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In Death, a New View of Mormonism

pp. 65-70
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Stephen A. Douglas and a Doomed Doctrine

pp. 71-77
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The Union’s Most Defensive General

pp. 78-83
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Revolutionary Antietam: Lincoln’s Emancipation of McClellan

pp. 84-88
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The Prognosis of Bondage: Slavery, Health, and Medicine in the Civil War and Reconstruction Eras

pp. 89-96
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Total War by Other Means

pp. 97-103
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Redemptive Suffering

pp. 104-109
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Race, Public Health, and Nation-Building along the U.S. and Mexican Border

pp. 110-114
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Historicizing Jurisprudence

pp. 115-120
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The Power Elite

pp. 121-126
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The Most Contradictory Cultural Symbol Ever

pp. 127-131
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One Foot Out of the Plastic Cage: The Un-Americanization of West German Consumer Society

pp. 132-139
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Rediscovering Erich Fromm

pp. 140-145
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Rethinking Nuclear History

pp. 146-151
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Original Zinn

pp. 152-156
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The World and African Americans

pp. 157-161
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Getting Right with the Panthers

pp. 162-168
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To Stand Against the Storm: Draft Resistance and the Struggle against the War in Vietnam

pp. 169-173
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So Long, Jerry Falwell: Reconsidering Evangelical Public Engagement

pp. 174-180
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Daniel Horowitz and the Pleasures of Consumer History

pp. 181-187
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Reflections

Contingencies

pp. 188-195
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