1. Legal Fictions Exposed
  2. Eileen Boris
  3. pp. 6-14
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  1. What Comes Naturally: A Racially Inclusive Look at Miscegenation Law
  2. Jacki Thompson Rand
  3. pp. 15-21
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  1. "The Relics of Slavery": Interracial Sex and Manumission in the American South
  2. Jessica Millward
  3. pp. 22-30
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  1. Nikki Sawada Bridges Flynn and What Comes Naturally
  2. Valerie J. Matsumoto
  3. pp. 31-40
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  1. Therapeutic Culture and Marriage Equality: What Comes Naturally and Contemporary Dialogues about Marriage
  2. Kristin Celello
  3. pp. 41-48
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  1. Social Movements, the Rise of Colorblind Conservativism, and What Comes Naturally
  2. Matt Garcia
  3. pp. 49-56
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  1. Even in Consumer Glut
  2. John Massier
  3. pp. 57-60
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  1. Artist's Statement
  2. Barbara Weissberger
  3. pp. 61-75
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  1. "Never Tear the Linnet from the Leaf": The Feminist Intertextuality of Edna O'Brien's Down by the River
  2. Jane Elizabeth Dougherty
  3. pp. 77-102
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  1. Re-Placing the Madwoman: Irene Vilar's The Ladies' Gallery
  2. Laura Kanost
  3. pp. 103-115
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  1. Daddy's Little Girls: On the Perils of Chastity Clubs, Purity Balls, and Ritualized Abstinence
  2. Breanne Fahs
  3. pp. 116-142
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  1. Introduction
  2. Gayle Gullett, Susan E. Gray
  3. pp. ix-xi
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  1. Introduction
  2. Estelle B. Freedman
  3. pp. 1-5
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 143-145
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