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  1. (Women's) Money Makes the World Go 'Round
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  1. The Art of Constitution-Making
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  1. Making Connections
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  1. Decent Democrat, Indecent Democracy: Madison on Public Opinion and Westward Expansion
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  1. History as Prophecy and Politics as Salvation
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  1. Transforming a Field: The Critical Tradition in American Legal History
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  1. The Cult of Domesticity, Southern Style
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  1. Marriage, Murder, and Memoirs
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  1. More Lincoln Books: Contributions or Merely Additions?
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  1. The Rhetoric and Corruption of Andrew Johnson's Reconstruction
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  1. A Cause Not Lost
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  1. New York's Lascivious Nineteenth-Century Publishing Industry
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  1. Losing a Lake, Making a Mountain
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  1. The Marketing of Southern Identity
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  1. Catholic Women at the Turn of The Twentieth Century: Defying Dichotomies
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  1. An Empire Upon a Hill
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  1. Conservatism from the Vasty Deep
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  1. Women's Sexuality and the Politics of Possibility
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  1. Writing Lives and Writing History
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  1. Public versus Private Spheres in Southern Law and Politics
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  1. Chambers, Trilling, and the Conservative Turn
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  1. Permanent Stranger
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  1. Soviet Espionage in America: An Oft-Told tale
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  1. Women's History as Diaspora History
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  1. Reflections: Rethinking the History of American Conservatism
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