Volume 43, Number 1, March 2015

Table of Contents

Articles

Tragic Deal

pp. 1-13
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The Mid-Atlantic and Beyond

pp. 14-19
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Labor and Race in the Atlantic World

pp. 20-25
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The American South: The View from the Atlantic World

pp. 26-31
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The World Is Not Enough

pp. 32-40
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A Deluded and Infatuated People

pp. 41-46
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Reinventing the Periphery

pp. 47-53
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Modern Time as Historical Artifact

pp. 54-59
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The War against Slavery, Reconsidered and Reframed

pp. 60-69
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Irish American Ethnicity and the Confederate Experiment

pp. 70-76
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The Movement that Created and Defeated the Confederacy

pp. 77-82
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Southern Capitalism in the Nineteenth Century: Form and Content

pp. 83-91
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France and California and Gold

pp. 92-97
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Drawing Life from Ledgers

pp. 98-102
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The Personal Is the Historical: Souvenirs, Relics, and Living Exhibitions

pp. 103-109
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Inventing the Media Presidency

pp. 110-115
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Down South in/of Dixie: Rethinking the Tourist South

pp. 116-125
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Getting on a High Horse about Food

pp. 126-133
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Democratic Citizenship: Not Such a Simple Legacy

pp. 134-142
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Hitler and Hollywood

pp. 143-148
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American Industrial Mobilization in World War II

pp. 149-155
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Sex and the Greatest Generation

pp. 156-160
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The Political Complexities of Development

pp. 161-167
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Making Sense of the Postwar Middle Class

pp. 168-175
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Pursuing the Dream of Educational Equality

pp. 176-183
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U.S.–Cuba Relations from the Top Down and the Bottom Up

pp. 184-191
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