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  Volume 33, Number 2, June 2005

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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Cast Your Votes: An English Atlantic? An Age of Revolution?

pp. 153-161

Resurrecting Dead White Males

pp. 162-168

"Half artist, half man of action": John James Audubon and The Birds of America

pp. 169-176

The Unmaking of an American Working Class

pp. 177-183

Ministers Behaving Badly: The Pastoral Relationship in Nineteenth-Century America

pp. 184-190

"Cry Rape": Race, Class, and the Law in the Nineteenth-Century South

pp. 191-196

Is There a Southern Doctor in the House?

pp. 197-202

Future Generations

pp. 203-210

Cry Me a River: The Challenges of Growing Up in America

pp. 211-216

Shaping Public Memory

pp. 217-223

South Side Story

pp. 224-232

Progressive Patriotism

pp. 233-240

American Violence

pp. 241-248

Radio, Race, and the Re-writing of Civil Rights

pp. 249-253

The Third Great Awakening: Religion and the Civil Rights Movement

pp. 254-262

The Joy of Cookbooks

pp. 263-271

Disney, Dodgers, and the Urban Design of Los Angeles

pp. 272-277

"Without anyone noticing at all": The (Silent) Minority Rights Revolution

pp. 278-286

Triumph of the Jewish Therapeutic

pp. 287-292

Angst in America

pp. 293-299

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