1. The Second Worst History Book in Print?: Rethinking A People’s History of the United States
  2. Robert Cohen
  3. pp. 197-206
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  1. Capitalism in the Core, Barbarism in the Periphery?
  2. Allan Kulikoff
  3. pp. 207-212
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  1. British Missions, Native Missionaries
  2. Joshua Piker
  3. pp. 213-218
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  1. Heads Must Roll: The Dynamics of Radical Puritanism in Stuart England and Early New England
  2. David D. Hall
  3. pp. 219-226
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  1. Thomas Jefferson: Nationalist, Scientist, Politician, . . . and Slaveowning Monster?
  2. R. B. Bernstein
  3. pp. 227-236
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  1. Landowners and Slaveowners
  2. Alfred L. Brophy
  3. pp. 237-241
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  1. Old Testament Republicanism
  2. Curtis D. Johnson
  3. pp. 242-247
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  1. Mississippi Dreamin’ and the American Nightmare
  2. Gary J. Kornblith
  3. pp. 248-254
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  1. The Violence of Family Formation: Enslaved Families and Reproductive Labor in the Marketplace
  2. Kendra Field
  3. pp. 255-264
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  1. Looking for Respect in the Borderlands
  2. Erika Pérez
  3. pp. 265-272
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  1. Memories of Western Violence, Lost and Found
  2. Andrew Denson
  3. pp. 273-278
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  1. Something Old, Something New: Revisiting Race and Reconstruction
  2. Carole Emberton
  3. pp. 279-284
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  1. The Republican Statesman: William Henry Seward
  2. Scott Gac
  3. pp. 285-290
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  1. Crusading Cartoonist: Thomas Nast
  2. Brooke Speer Orr
  3. pp. 291-295
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  1. American Battlefields: Conflicting Memories/Conflicting Functions
  2. Gaines M. Foster
  3. pp. 296-302
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  1. The Contested Legacy of a Romantic Historian
  2. Thomas Devaney
  3. pp. 303-308
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  1. The Untold Story of Haymarket
  2. Marcella Bencivenni
  3. pp. 309-316
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  1. How Laws Affect Lives: Deportation and Denaturalization with a Human Face
  2. Katherine Unterman
  3. pp. 317-323
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  1. A Time of Darkness: The Presidency of Franklin Roosevelt Revisited
  2. Benjamin E. Varat
  3. pp. 324-331
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  1. Rebellious Women in the Black Freedom Struggle
  2. Monica Maria Tetzlaff
  3. pp. 332-340
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  1. Freedom and Firepower
  2. Jason Morgan Ward
  3. pp. 341-345
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  1. Sharing Some of the Prize—Reluctantly
  2. William Clayson
  3. pp. 346-350
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  1. Public Religion for and against the U.S. War Machine
  2. Mark Hulsether
  3. pp. 351-359
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  1. Social Science, Scientism, and American Democracy
  2. Allan A. Needell
  3. pp. 360-366
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  1. Skimming the Surface
  2. Andrew J. Bacevich
  3. pp. 367-370
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  1. Twentieth-Century Transformations: Sexualities Defined and Sexual Expression Expanded
  2. Alison M. Parker
  3. pp. 371-378
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  1. Obligation
  2. Beth Bailey
  3. pp. 379-385
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