restricted access   Volume 43, Number 2, June 2015

Table of Contents

Two Quests for Edmund Burke, Continued

pp. 193-202
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Huguenot History as Game of Thrones

pp. 203-209
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Exposing Early Histories of Race, Misogyny, and Power in the Old Dominion

pp. 210-215
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Evangelicals, Infidels, and Politics in the Early Republic

pp. 216-222
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Intersectionality Theory in Historical Research: Telling Different American Stories

pp. 223-230
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A Story of Star Students

pp. 231-236
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In Search of Monsters to Destroy: U.S. Relations With Habsburgs and Greeks

pp. 237-244
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The People of Western Union

pp. 245-248
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“A Deep, Immortal Longing”: Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Spiritual Path

pp. 249-253
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The Inescapable Problem

pp. 254-261
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Sexual Assault and Citizenship

pp. 262-267
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Extraterritorial Courts in East Asia: Cross-Border Judicial Activity in the Crosshairs

pp. 268-273
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The Silent Transition from Capitalism to Equality in Government Offices

pp. 274-280
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The Death of a Myth: How Socialism and the Left Succeeded in America

pp. 281-287
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From Island Communities to a Networked Society

pp. 288-293
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American Literary History Rescripted

pp. 294-299
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Military Technology and the Demise of the Citizen-Soldier

pp. 300-306
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Theodore Roosevelt, the Big Apple, and the Great War

pp. 307-313
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Friend or Foe?: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Jews

pp. 314-319
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Gordon Hirabayashi and Joseph Kurihara: Wartime Resisters of Conscience

pp. 320-326
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The Politics of Bureaucracy

pp. 327-332
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Crude History

pp. 333-339
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The Road Taken

pp. 340-345
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The Great Outdoors: What Tourism Reveals about Nature and Culture in a Consumer Century

pp. 346-354
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Kennedy the Unready

pp. 355-360
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Race, Gender, and the Rise of Conservatism

pp. 361-368
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“To Judge Harshly”: The Troubled Legacy of America’s Struggle with Poverty

pp. 369-377
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A Particularly American Dilemma?: Religion and Technology in the Space Age

pp. 378-383
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Muscle Men in the Museum

pp. 384-389
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Eating Histories

pp. 390-395
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