free access   Volume 45, Number 1, March 2017

Table of Contents

free access   Goodnight Moon; or, Why We Don’t Know Much about History

pp. 1-5
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free access   Whither Atlantic History?

pp. 6-10
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free access   Theorizing Early American Information Culture: From Communication Frontier to Network Analysis

pp. 11-17
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free access   They’ll Take the Money and Spread It Out Equal?: Historians Confront U.S. Economic Inequality

pp. 18-25
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free access   The Slave Trade, One Voyage at A Time

pp. 26-32
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free access   Carceral Lives Matter

pp. 33-39
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free access   New Histories of The Public Library in the United States

pp. 40-49
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free access   Apply Liberalism Liberally: Incest and the Troubled American State

pp. 50-56
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free access   Bringing Politics Back in . . . to Abolition

pp. 57-64
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free access   “Borderers” and Fugitives

pp. 65-72
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free access   Remembering and Forgetting: Slavery, Secession, and the Civil War

pp. 73-82
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free access   Whither the Arc of the Moral Universe?

pp. 83-89
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free access   Endless Childhood in America

pp. 90-93
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free access   Terrible Destiny

pp. 94-101
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free access   Trials and Crimes, Spectacles and Myths: Finding Meanings in Historical Legal Proceedings

pp. 102-108
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free access   Beyond Iconic and Ironic In U.S. Environmental History

pp. 109-116
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free access   Saying It Was So: Exploring the Black Sox Scandal

pp. 117-119
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free access   The Nature of Economic Development

pp. 120-127
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free access   Patients, Consumers, and the Enduring Challenge to Medical Authority

pp. 128-135
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free access   Radical Experience and the Surveillance State

pp. 136-144
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free access   The Long Haggle

pp. 145-150
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free access   Domestic Publics and Twentieth-Century U.S. Foreign Relations

pp. 151-158
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free access   From Humiliation to Human Rights

pp. 159-166
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free access   That’s the Way It Used to be

pp. 167-171
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free access   The JFK Tapes: Round Three

pp. 172-176
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free access   Reflections: Remembering Muhammad Ali: Myths, Memory, and History

pp. 177-188
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