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  Volume 31, Number 4, December 2003

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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The Infernal Conspiracy of Indians and Grandmothers

pp. 485-494
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Whose Sexual Revolutions?

pp. 495-502
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Fine Art, Mere Building, and Pretty Much Everything Else

pp. 503-510
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Race and Community on the Pennsylvania Frontier

pp. 511-518
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The Amendment That Just Won't Go Away

pp. 519-527
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Economy of Faith

pp. 528-537
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Lost and Found

pp. 538-545
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Does it Matter Who Killed Lucy Pollard? Narrative, Historiography, and the Cause Celebre

pp. 546-553
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Body Counts and Murder Rates: The Contested Statistics of Western Violence

pp. 554-563
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Gender and Urban Development in "The City of Big Shoulders," 1871-1933

pp. 564-571
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Catholicism and the Tensions of Identity in Progressive-Era America

pp. 572-579
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Embracing American Democracy, Catholic Style

pp. 580-587
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Progressive Internationalism and the Road Not Taken

pp. 588-595
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Deaf History and the U.S. Historical Narrative

pp. 596-602
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All Politics Are Local: The Primacy of Race, Class, and Municipal Politics on the Civil Rights Struggle in Alabama

pp. 603-610
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A Poisonous Past

pp. 611-618
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U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East

pp. 619-625
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Rethinking Diplomatic and Strategic History

pp. 626-632
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The Vietnam Fiasco is Still an Orphan

pp. 633-637
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Atrocities 'R' U.S.?

pp. 638-644
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Why Another Kennedy Book?

pp. 645-656
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Author-Title-Reviewer Index for Volume 31 (2003)

pp. 659-663
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