restricted access   Volume 29, Number 1, March 2001

Table of Contents

From: Reviews in American History

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"Thinking Like an Indian": Exploring American Indian Views of American History

pp. 1-14
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Single in the Quaker City

pp. 15-22
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The Not-So-Ideological Origins of the American Revolution in Virginia

pp. 23-28
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Rethinking Slavery

pp. 29-34
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The Fate of Yankee Doodle

pp. 35-39
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Remember Denmark Vesey

pp. 40-48
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Transcendentalist Meditations

pp. 49-61
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The California Gold Rush, the West, and the Nation

pp. 62-71
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When One and One Make Two

pp. 72-77
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Tangled Webs (and Stories) of Love

pp. 78-84
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Rethinking New Thought

pp. 85-92
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Reining in the Federal Judiciary: Louis D. Brandeis and Erie v. Tompkins

pp. 93-97
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The Grifter

pp. 98-102
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Shopping for America, Or How I Learned to Stop Complaining and Love the Pemberton Mall

pp. 103-110
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The "New Institutionalism" and the Racial Divide

pp. 111-118
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Race Matters: The Folks Next Door

pp. 119-125
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It Lives!

pp. 126-132
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Histories of Pragmatism

pp. 133-140
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Disconnecting: Social and Civic Life in America Since 1965

pp. 141-149
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The Cultural Turn in Cold War Studies

pp. 150-157
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The American Way of Educating Doctors

pp. 158-164
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Race Riot Redux: William M. Tuttle, Jr. and the Study of Racial Violence

pp. 165-181
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