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mark mclay is a lecturer at the University of Glasgow, where he teaches twentieth-century American history. His main research interest is the modern Republican Party's evolution since 1964 and its impact on domestic policy in the United States during that era.
Mark.McLay@glasgow.ac.uk

johann n. neem is Professor of History at Western Washington University. He is the author of Creating a Nation of Joiners: Democracy and Civil Society in Early National Massachusetts (2008), Democracy's Schools: The Rise of Public Education in America (2017), and the forthcoming What's the Point of College?
neemj@wwu.edu

emily pears is Assistant Professor of Government at Claremont McKenna College, where she teaches courses in American politics, American political history, American political institutions, and political leadership. Her research interests are american political development, patriotism, and nineteenth-century state building.
epears@cmc.edu

peter siskind is Assistant Professor of History at Arcadia University. His research explores the evolution of and tensions within postwar American liberalism and frequently focuses on the politics of development on the Northeast Corridor from Boston to Washington, D.C.
siskindp@arcadia.edu

megan threlkeld is Associate Professor of History at Denison University in Granville, Ohio. She is the author of Pan American Women: U.S. Internationalists and Revolutionary Mexico (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014).
threlkeldm@denison.edu [End Page 431]

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ISSN
1528-4190
Print ISSN
0898-0306
Pages
p. 431
Launched on MUSE
2019-07-03
Open Access
No
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