1. The 2004 Election in Perspective: The Myth of "Cultural Divide" and the Triumph of Neoliberal Ideology
  2. Adolph L. Reed
  3. pp. 1-15
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  1. Transnationalism and the Transformation of the "Other": Response to the Presidential Address
  2. Mae M. Ngai
  3. pp. 59-65
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  1. Transnational American Studies: Response to the Presidential Address
  2. Alfred Hornung
  3. pp. 67-73
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  1. On the Mormon Question: Race, Sex, and Polygamy in the 1850s and the 1990s
  2. Bruce Burgett
  3. pp. 75-102
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  1. Metal Missionaries to the Nation: Christian Heavy Metal Music, "Family Values," and Youth Culture, 1984-1994
  2. Eileen Luhr
  3. pp. 103-128
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  1. The Fourth and the First: Abolitionist Holidays, Respectability, and Radical Interracial Reform
  2. W. Caleb McDaniel
  3. pp. 129-151
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  1. Identity in Mashantucket
  2. Mary Lawlor
  3. pp. 153-177
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  1. Reds, Whites, and the Blues: Lawrence Gellert, "Negro Songs of Protest," and the Leftwing Folksong Revival of the 1930s and 1940s
  2. Steven Garabedian
  3. pp. 179-206
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  1. Bringing out the Dead: Inside the Arbus Archive
  2. Rachel Adams
  3. pp. 207-221
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  1. Junky and Important: The Collective Model in the Rearview Mirror
  2. Ernest Larsen
  3. pp. 223-236
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  1. Marginalized Bodies and the Politics of Visibility
  2. Wendy Kozol
  3. pp. 237-247
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  1. Is There a Field Called Sound Culture Studies? And Does It Matter?
  2. Michele Hilmes
  3. pp. 249-259
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  1. The Roots of Black Nationalism?
  2. Alexander C. Lichtenstein
  3. pp. 261-269
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  1. Religion and Radical Democracy after the 1960s
  2. Mark Hulsether
  3. pp. 271-278
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  1. Celebrating Freedom and Ethnicity
  2. Chiou-Ling Yeh
  3. pp. 279-288
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  1. Sexual Politics and Gendered Poetics during the Cold War
  2. Fiona Paton
  3. pp. 289-296
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  1. Exploring Babylon and Unveiling the "Mother of Harlots"
  2. Rhonda Y. Williams
  3. pp. 297-304
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 305-308
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