1. Make the Awakening Great Again
  2. Christine Leigh Heyrman
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  1. Violent Divisions and New Directions
  2. Joshua Canale
  3. pp. 183-189
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  1. Finding Agency in All the Right Places
  2. Jeffrey S. Selinger
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  1. Unraveling the Vast Past
  2. Carla Cevasco
  3. pp. 196-202
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  1. No Place of Grace
  2. Christopher Phillips
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  1. Civil Society in the Slaveholding Republic
  2. Padraig Riley
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  1. Two Centuries of Policing Swindles and Humbugs
  2. Anne Fleming
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  1. The Party Problem: Political Parties and Civil Order
  2. Roman J. Hoyos
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  1. Brothers & Tricksters
  2. Jeffrey R. Kerr-Ritchie
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  1. Wider the Course of Empire Takes Its Way
  2. Christopher M. Florio
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  1. Reconstruction, Reunion, and Representation in American Literary Histories
  2. Janaka B. Lewis
  3. pp. 245-252
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  1. Higher Education at the Brink of Modernization
  2. Clay Cooper
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  1. The limits Of Love and Law Across Nations
  2. Erika Pérez
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  1. Was the Great War a Good War?
  2. Michael Kazin
  3. pp. 267-272
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  1. The Eugenics Specter
  2. Karin L. Zipf
  3. pp. 273-279
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  1. Juicy or Dry: Investigating Culture and Climate in 'Southern' Environmental History
  2. Erin Stewart Mauldin
  3. pp. 280-286
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  1. New Histories of Twentieth-Century Capitalism
  2. Naomi R. Williams
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  1. Exiled Beyond Paradise: Kantorowicz from Weimar to America
  2. Emily J. Levine
  3. pp. 294-299
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  1. Occupiers, Allies, and the Long Postwar
  2. Adam R. Seipp
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  1. Can Cultural History Ever Be Cool?
  2. Charles L. Ponce de Leon
  3. pp. 307-313
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  1. A Moon for the Miscellaneous
  2. Drew Maciag
  3. pp. 314-318
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  1. New Histories of Homelessness
  2. Ariel Eisenberg
  3. pp. 319-323
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  1. The last decades of the Cold War: Structural Forces, Social Movements, and High Diplomacy
  2. Diana Villiers Negroponte
  3. pp. 324-331
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  1. "The Preeminent Power in the Pacific"
  2. James I. Matray
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  1. Fiction and Slavery's Archive: Memory, Agency, and Finding Home
  2. Lisa Ze Winters
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