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  2. Robert E. Sullivan
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  1. Huguenot History as Game of Thrones
  2. Neil Kamil
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  1. Exposing Early Histories of Race, Misogyny, and Power in the Old Dominion
  2. Rebecca Anne Goetz
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  1. Evangelicals, Infidels, and Politics in the Early Republic
  2. Jonathan D. Sassi
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  1. Intersectionality Theory in Historical Research: Telling Different American Stories
  2. Kim Vaz-Deville
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  1. A Story of Star Students
  2. Michael Leroy Oberg
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  1. In Search of Monsters to Destroy: U.S. Relations With Habsburgs and Greeks
  2. David Paull Nickles
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  1. The People of Western Union
  2. Susie J. Pak
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  1. “A Deep, Immortal Longing”: Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Spiritual Path
  2. Anna M. Speicher
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  1. The Inescapable Problem
  2. Paul J. Polgar
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  1. Sexual Assault and Citizenship
  2. Emily Epstein Landau
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  1. Extraterritorial Courts in East Asia: Cross-Border Judicial Activity in the Crosshairs
  2. Tahirih V. Lee
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  1. The Silent Transition from Capitalism to Equality in Government Offices
  2. Danshera Cords
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  1. The Death of a Myth: How Socialism and the Left Succeeded in America
  2. Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones
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  1. From Island Communities to a Networked Society
  2. David Hochfelder
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  1. American Literary History Rescripted
  2. Joan Shelley Rubin
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  1. Military Technology and the Demise of the Citizen-Soldier
  2. Morris A. Pierce
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  1. Theodore Roosevelt, the Big Apple, and the Great War
  2. Lewis L. Gould
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  1. Friend or Foe?: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Jews
  2. Elizabeth A. Bryant
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  1. Gordon Hirabayashi and Joseph Kurihara: Wartime Resisters of Conscience
  2. Cherstin M. Lyon
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  1. The Politics of Bureaucracy
  2. Nancy Beck Young
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  1. Crude History
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  1. The Road Taken
  2. Erika Bsumek
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  1. The Great Outdoors: What Tourism Reveals about Nature and Culture in a Consumer Century
  2. Phoebe S. K. Young
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  1. Kennedy the Unready
  2. Peter J. Ling
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  1. Race, Gender, and the Rise of Conservatism
  2. Colleen Doody
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  1. “To Judge Harshly”: The Troubled Legacy of America’s Struggle with Poverty
  2. Thomas Kiffmeyer
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  1. A Particularly American Dilemma?: Religion and Technology in the Space Age
  2. Monique Laney
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  1. Muscle Men in the Museum
  2. Marjorie Schwarzer
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  1. Eating Histories
  2. Jennifer Jensen Wallach
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