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  Volume 33, Number 1, March 2005

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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The Elusive Benjamin Franklin

pp. 1-7

The Importance of Being Alexander Hamilton

pp. 8-14

The Second--and Final?--Revolution

pp. 15-22

A Question of Temperament

pp. 23-28

Becoming Americans: Revisiting Identity and Assimilation in the Colonial Period

pp. 29-40

Enslaved African Women in the Minds of English Men and in English Colonial America

pp. 41-46

Making Memories in Early America

pp. 47-53

Ordering Southern Thought

pp. 54-63

Who You Callin' an Intellectual?

pp. 64-70

You've Come A Long Way. ..

pp. 71-77

How the West--and the Nation--was Won for Woman Suffrage

pp. 78-83

The Long History of Children as Consumers

pp. 84-88

The Dialectic of Race and Nation

pp. 89-95

Identity Crisis

pp. 96-101

From Civil Rights to Human Rights: Reinterpreting the Japanese American Internment in an International Context

pp. 102-110

The Citadel and the Home Place Under Siege

pp. 111-118

The Limits of Fighting Injustice: Bringing the Question Home

pp. 119-125

Reading Bill Clinton's My Life

pp. 126-132

The Sixties as History: A Review of the Political Historiography

pp. 133-152

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