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  Volume 32, Number 1, March 2004

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Does the History of Theology Still Matter?

pp. 1-6

Faith and Society: The Making of a Christian America

pp. 7-13

The Realistic Revolution Redeemed

pp. 14-19

Sex, Race, and Ambiguity in the Old South

pp. 20-26

"A Condition Perpetuated in America": Race, Benevolence and Antebellum America Culture

pp. 27-32

Hearts of Blackness: Reconsidering the Abolitionists--Again

pp. 33-40

The Infrapolitics of Slavery?

pp. 41-48

How Would Jesus Vote? The Prehistory of the Christian Right

pp. 49-57

Progress and Populism

pp. 58-67

Immigration and America's Golden Door

pp. 68-75

"To Make America Safe for Democracy": Black Freedom Struggles in the World War I Era

pp. 76-83

Beyond Civil Rights

pp. 84-89

Creating New Families: The History of Adoption in the United States

pp. 90-96

Hollywood, the Working Class, and Emotional Realism

pp. 97-104

Deliver Me from the Days of Old

pp. 105-113

Hot Wars in Cold War Africa

pp. 114-121

Nixon's the One

pp. 122-127

Truths and Consequences: Writing the History of Disease

pp. 128-136

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