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  1. Political Economy and Reality: Problems in the Interpretation of the American Revolution
  2. Joseph Ernst
  3. pp. 109-118
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  1. Walt Whitman’s Vernacular Poetics
  2. Donald D. Kummings
  3. pp. 119-131
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  1. The Gap in Henry Adams’ Education
  2. Elizabeth Waterston
  3. pp. 132-138
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  1. The Selling of the Great War
  2. Peter Buitenhuis
  3. pp. 139-150
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  1. Dreiser’s Trilogy of Desire: The Financier as Artist
  2. Carl S. Smith
  3. pp. 151-162
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  1. The “Ash-Can” School: The Magazine as Matrix
  2. Joseph J. Kwiat
  3. pp. 163-175
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  1. Richard Weaver, Southerner: The Paradox of American Conservatism
  2. Gerald De Maio
  3. pp. 176-186
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  1. Vernacular Art: Canadian and American
  2. Hugo McPherson
  3. pp. 187-192
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  1. Consensus Revisited
  2. Allan Smith
  3. pp. 193-205
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  1. “Ifs Eternally:”: Melville, Hawthorne, and American Literature
  2. David Ketterer
  3. pp. 206-214
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  1. The Uses of History in Canadian-American Relations
  2. Gerald Wright
  3. pp. 215-219
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  1. Black Mountain Breakdown
  2. Edward Hagerman
  3. pp. 220-224
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  1. Women’s Studies Comes of Age
  2. Mary Vipond
  3. pp. 225-229
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  1. Emily Dickinson as Poet and Mystic
  2. T. Walter Herbert Jr.
  3. pp. 230-234
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