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  Volume 32, Number 3, September 2004

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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What Is It We Seek to Find in First-Person Documents? Documenting Society and Cultural Practices in Irish Immigrant Writings

pp. 305-316
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Lost in Jamestown

pp. 317-328
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Consumer Virtues in Revolutionary America?

pp. 329-340
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American Sailors, American Freedom: Jack Tar and the Meaning of Liberty

pp. 341-346
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Racial Histories, Histories of Race: All or None of the Above?

pp. 347-351
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The Legacy of Patriarchy

pp. 352-357
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Antebellum Authorship and the Common Property of American Literature

pp. 358-364
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"Not a Self-Contained Episode": William Clark and the Legacies of the Corps of Discovery

pp. 365-373
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The Frontier Exchange Economy of Creek Country

pp. 374-379
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The Religious Roots of American Environmentalism

pp. 380-387
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North and South in Miniature: The Civil War in Two Counties

pp. 388-391
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The Strange Careers of Elite Women in the New South

pp. 392-398
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Dead President and Progressive Reform

pp. 399-406
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Listening to the Progressives?

pp. 407-412
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"Fancy Skullduggery": Economic Warfare, Enemy Civilians, and the Lessons of World War II

pp. 413-421
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The Multiple Meanings of Advancing Democracy

pp. 422-430
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Vietnam: The War That Won't Go Away

pp. 431-438
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America's Passion for Jesus

pp. 439-446
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In Retrospect: George Nash's The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America Since 1945

pp. 447-462
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