1. Reporting Across the Color Line: A Retrospective on Calvin Trillin’s An Education in Georgia
  2. Robert Cohen
  3. pp. 575-582
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  1. Capitalism’s Revolutionary Cultures
  2. Russell R. Menard
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  1. Industrious, Ingenious Artisans
  2. Philip F. Gura
  3. pp. 587-593
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  1. Religion in the Public Square: Interactions Between the Sacred and the Secular in Colonial and Revolutionary America
  2. Frank Lambert
  3. pp. 594-599
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  1. Saintly Heroes: Evangelical Ministers in Early America
  2. Janet Moore Lindman
  3. pp. 600-606
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  1. Transatlantic Revolution, National Identity, and American Exceptionalism in the Early Republic
  2. Rachel Hope Cleves
  3. pp. 607-616
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  1. Integrating American Violence
  2. David Grimsted
  3. pp. 617-625
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  1. What Every Lawyer Should Know
  2. Peter Charles Hoffer
  3. pp. 626-630
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  1. The Supreme Court in Politics
  2. Keith E. Whittington
  3. pp. 631-636
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  1. A Critical View of U.S.–Latin American Relations
  2. Gregory Weeks
  3. pp. 637-641
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  1. Weighing John Brown
  2. Bonnie Laughlin-Schultz
  3. pp. 642-646
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  1. The Confederate Cultural Nationalist Crusade
  2. David Moltke-Hansen
  3. pp. 647-651
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  1. Lynching and the Making of Modern America
  2. Karlos K. Hill
  3. pp. 652-659
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  1. On the Inequality of Skulls and Bones
  2. R. Laurence Moore
  3. pp. 660-664
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  1. Wounded Knee and the Ghost Dance: Christian Prayer, American Politics, and Indian Protest
  2. Louis S. Warren
  3. pp. 665-672
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  1. “You Can’t Change History”—Unless by Misremembering
  2. Michael Kammen
  3. pp. 673-677
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  1. What Slumming Can Teach You About Race, Class, and Sexuality
  2. Elizabeth Alice Clement
  3. pp. 678-683
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  1. Contraception Controversies: The Clinic, the Pill, and the Birth Control Movement
  2. Susan L. Smith
  3. pp. 684-688
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  1. Reverie and Melancholy of a Chinese Exile
  2. Madeline Y. Hsu
  3. pp. 689-694
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  1. The Abiding Significance of Race
  2. Paul Moreno
  3. pp. 695-699
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  1. Who Speaks for the Poor?
  2. Michael B. Katz
  3. pp. 700-705
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  1. Homesteading in the Age of Plastics
  2. Karen R. Merrill
  3. pp. 706-711
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  1. The Radical Sixties
  2. David Farber
  3. pp. 712-717
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  1. American Sovietology: In Service of Mars and Minerva?
  2. Christopher McKnight Nichols
  3. pp. 718-725
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  1. From Vietnam to the All-Volunteer Army
  2. G. Kurt Piehler
  3. pp. 726-734
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  1. The Age of (Scoop) Jackson
  2. Paul V. Murphy
  3. pp. 735-740
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  1. When Ideas Had Consequences—Or, Whatever Happened to Intellectual History?
  2. Drew Maciag
  3. pp. 741-751
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  1. Author-Title-Reviewer Index for Volume 39 (2011)
  2. pp. 753-760
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