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This issue contains 23 articles in total

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  1. The Bridges of Madison County dir. Clint Eastwood (review)
  2. Don't Breathe (2016) dir. by Fede Álvarez (review)
  3. Pullman: Labor, Race, and the Urban Landscape in a Company Town: A Digital Exhibition at The Newberry (review)
  4. The Importance of Place in The Act (Hulu, 2019–) (review)
  5. How Frémont Framed the West
  6. Castle Nowhere: Lake-Country Sketches by Constance Fenimore Woolson (review)
  7. Algren: A Life by Mary Wisniewski (review)
  8. Red Meat Republic: A Hoof-to-Table History of How Beef Changed America by Joshua Specht (review)
  9. Magic Bean: The Rise of Soy in America by Matthew Roth (review)
  10. Bone Chalk by Jim Reese (review)
  11. The Great War Comes to Wisconsin: Sacrifice, Patriotism, and Free Speech in a Time of Crisis by Richard L. Pifer and Marjorie Hannon Pifer (review)
  12. The Wisconsin Idea by Charles McCarthy (review)
  13. The Dakota Sioux Experience at Flandreau and Pipestone Indian Schools by Cynthia Leanne Landrum (review)
  14. Chicago Católico: Making Catholic Parishes Mexican by Deborah E. Kanter (review)
  15. God Hates: Westboro Baptist Church, American Nationalism, and the Religious Right by Rebecca Barrett-Fox (review)
  16. Putting the Black Midwest Front and Center
  17. The Long History of Black Political and Identity Struggles in Minnesota: A Consideration of the Work of William D. Green
  18. An Ever-Present Impulse: The Legacy of Anti-Black Violence and the Paradox of Minnesota Exceptionalism
  19. Black Shapings of Freedom and Emancipation Celebrations in Saginaw, Michigan, 1839–1915
  20. "Times Certainly Have Changed": Burlington, Iowa's Black Community on the Mississippi, 1860–1920
  21. "The Bitter with the Sweet": African Americans in Parsons, Kansas
  22. With Shared Roots: Rubie Bond, the Great Migration, and the Struggle for Black Freedom in Beloit, Wisconsin
  23. Introduction: African American Migration to Smaller Midwestern Cities
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