restricted access   Volume 45, Number 2, June 2017

Table of Contents

Bitterest Crop: Genocide in California

pp. 187-197
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Earthworks, Indigenous Subjects, and the Creation of American Anthropology

pp. 198-207
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American Medical History: Still Waiting for the Next Big Synthesis

pp. 208-213
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Higher Learning in America

pp. 214-223
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Habits of Mastery

pp. 224-228
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Benjamin Franklin and the Provincial Imagination

pp. 229-235
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A Sharper Focus on the Early Modern Caribbean

pp. 236-241
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A Republic of Fear

pp. 242-248
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Lincoln’s Two-Faced Hatchet Man

pp. 249-253
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A Literary Biography of Frederick Douglass: A Study of Interracial Friendship

pp. 254-258
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An Illuminating but Not Entirely Novel Window on Abolitionism

pp. 259-262
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Chinese Immigrants and California’s Pyramid of Lumber

pp. 263-268
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The “Swinish Multitude” and Those Who Promenade

pp. 269-274
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Building an Uncertain Empire?: The U.S. Politics of Hegemony in the Early Twentieth Century

pp. 275-280
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Challenging the “Worthy” Tradition: Revisionist Interpretations of Free Speech in American History

pp. 281-287
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Segregation and Sanitation in the United States

pp. 288-292
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Whose Welfare?: New Directions in the History of the American Welfare State

pp. 293-299
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Race, Education, and the Struggle for Equality: School Desegregation in the Upper South

pp. 300-305
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Racial Justice in the Marketplace of Ideas

pp. 306-313
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Out of the Closet and into History?: The Eleanor Roosevelt–Lorena Hickok Affair

pp. 314-322
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In Memory’s Eye: The Improbability of War’s Remembrance

pp. 323-329
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Imagining the Korean War

pp. 330-336
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Boots on the Ground, Bombs in the Air

pp. 337-341
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Bulldozing the Postwar Metropolis

pp. 342-347
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Education for Liberation

pp. 348-354
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Toxic Relationships: Two Sides of the American Relationship with Chemicals

pp. 355-361
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Minding the Natural: Cultural Roots of Back-to-Nature Movements

pp. 362-368
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