In this Issue
Reviews in American History is a journal of ideas that offers anyone interested in American history a way to stay current with the discipline. Each issue presents in-depth review essays about the latest books in American history. Retrospective essays examining landmark works written by leading historians are also regularly featured. The journal covers all areas of American history, including cutting-edge and more traditional sub-fields.
published byJohns Hopkins University Press
viewing issueVolume 38, Number 4, December 2010
Table of Contents
- Friends in Warm Places
- pp. 595-600
- Struggling to Find Proprietary North Carolina
- pp. 601-606
- Britain Caught Between Two Worlds
- pp. 607-612
- Tales of Two Colonies
- pp. 623-628
- George Washington: Founding Philosopher?
- pp. 629-635
- The Neil Harris Effect
- pp. 636-643
- Borders and Boundaries and Barriers, Oh My!
- pp. 651-657
- The Crisis in Lincoln Scholarship
- pp. 664-669
- "Let Me Know If We Are Free"
- pp. 670-675
- A Depleted "Treasury of Virtue"
- pp. 676-682
- Up from the Historians
- pp. 696-703
- Long Strange Trips
- pp. 704-708
- A Staggering Machine of Desire
- pp. 709-714
- Who's Who? An American Scandal, 1920s Style
- pp. 715-721
- Modernizing Women's Health Practices
- pp. 728-735
- The Human Drama of Weather
- pp. 736-742
- Women Journalists and the Vietnam War
- pp. 748-752
- Flower Children: The Women
- pp. 753-758
- Author-Title-Reviewer Index for Volume 38 (2010)
- pp. 773-786
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