Journal of American History

Index Vol. 97

A

Abel, Elizabeth, Signs of the Times, revd., 851

Abigail Adams, by Holton, revd., 163–64

Accommodating Revolutions, by Tillson, revd., 1112

Acts of Conscience, by Taylor, revd., 238–39

Adams, Catherine, coauth., Love of Freedom, revd., 495–96

Adelt, Ulrich, Blues Music in the Sixties, revd., 1179–80

The Admirable Radical, by Mirra, revd., 855

Advocating the Man, by Greenberg, revd., 506–7

African American Life in the Georgia Lowcountry, ed. by Morgan, revd., 1107

African American Urban History since World War II, ed. by Kusmer and Trotter, revd., 260–61

The African Burial Ground National Monument, exhibition, revd., 736–40

African Cherokees in Indian Territory, by Naylor, revd., 176–77

After the Flood, ed. by Rogers and O’Brien, revd., 566–67

The Age of Impeachment, by Kyvig, revd., 271–72

Akenson, James, revs., 1156–57

Alabama in Africa, by Zimmerman, revd., 1141–42

Alexander Cartwright, by Nucciarone, revd., 814–15

Allen, Michael J., Until the Last Man Comes Home, revd., 248–49

Allgor, Catherine, revs., 519–20

Allitt, Patrick, The Conservatives, revd., 487–88; revs., 585–86

Almighty God Created the Races, by Botham, revd., 852–53

Altschuler, Glenn C., coauth., The G.I. Bill, revd., 238; revs., 279–81

Ambrosius, Lloyd E., revs., 540

America and the Pill, by May, revd., 881–82

America Is the Prison, by Bernstein, revd., 1182

American Abyss, by Bender, revd., 838–39

American Constitutionalism Heard round the World, 1776–1989, by Billias, revd., 147–48

American Dreams, by Brands, revd., 1188–89

The American Family Immigration History Center, Web site, revd., 291–92

American Historical Newspapers, Web site, revd., 591–92

American Homicide, by Roth, revd., 485–86

American Hoops, by Cunningham, revd., 582–83

The American Liberal Tradition Reconsidered, ed. by Hulliung, revd., 1168–69

American Passage, by Cannato, revd., 544–45

The American Revolution and Its Era, Web site, revd., 589–90

American Saint, by Wigger, revd., 169–70

The American West, by Jones and Wills, revd., 503

Americanization in the States, by Ziegler-McPherson, revd., 545

America’s Army, by Bailey, revd., 586–87

America’s Captives, by Springer, revd., 776–77

America’s Cold War, by Craig and Logevall, revd., 240–41

“America’s Conservatory: Race, Reconstruction, and the Santo Domingo Debate,” by Nicholas Guyatt, 974–1000

America’s First Look into the Camera, Web site, revd., 590–91

America’s Rasputin, by Milne, revd., 858–59

America’s School for War, by Schifferle, revd., 1160–61

Anbinder, Tyler, revs., 544–45

And Justice for All, by Berry, revd., 251–52

And They Were Wonderful Teachers, by Graves, revd., 234–35

Anderson, David L., revs., 244–45

Anderson, Karen, Little Rock, revd., 851–52

Anderson, Margo, coed., Perspectives on Milwaukee’s Past, revd., 218–20

Anderson, Toni P., “Tell Them We Are Singing for Jesus,” revd., 1131–32

Los Angeles before Hollywood, by Olsson, revd., 212–13

Angell, Stephen W., revs., 1131–32

The Anti-Communist Manifestos, by Fleming, revd., 1171–72

Apple, Rima D., revs., 1166–67

Argersinger, Peter H., revs., 1136–37

Armitage, Kevin C., The Nature Study Movement, revd., 551

Army at Home, by Giesberg, revd., 519

Arnold, Peri E, Remaking the Presidency, revd., 539–40

Aron, Stephen, revs., 1114–15

Arsenal of Democracy, by Zelizer, revd., 860–61

Articulating Rights, by Parker, revd., 799

Asch, Chris Myers, revs., 865–66

Ash, Stephen V., The Black Experience in the Civil War South, revd., 807–8

Asian America, ed. by Ling, revd., 266–67

Asian Americans in New England, ed. by Chiu, revd., 526–27

Atlantic Creoles in the Age of Revolutions, by Landers, revd., 790

Axelrod, Jeremiah B. C., Inventing Autopia, revd., 554–55

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Babysitter, by Forman-Brunell, revd., 231

Bailey, Beth, America’s Army, revd., 586–87

Bailyn, Bernard, coed., Soundings in Atlantic History, revd., 152–53

Baker, Bruce E., What Reconstruction Meant, revd., 190–91; revs., 201–2

Baker, R. Scott, revs., 862–63

Balint, Benjamin, Running Commentary, revd., 875–76

Ballantyne, Tony, coed., Moving Subjects, revd., 151–52

Balmer, Randall, revs., 853–54

Balogh, Brian, A Government Out of Sight, revd., 175–76

The Baltimore Bank Riot, by Shalhope, revd., 505–6

Barbas, Samantha, revs., 212–13

Baring the Iron Hand, by Ramold, revd., 809–10

Barkan, Elliott R., revs., 211–12

Barlow, Jeffrey G., revs., 558–59

Barney, William L., revs., 188–89

Barnhisel, Greg, coed., Pressing the Fight, revd., 1172–73; revs., 1147–48

Barrow, Mark V., Jr., Nature’s Ghosts, revd., 196–97; revs., 502–3

Barton, Michael, revs., 518–19

Basch, Norma, revs., 882

Bashford, Alison, revs., 530–31

Battling Nell, by Leidholdt, revd., 543–44

Bauer, William J., Jr., We Were All Like Migrant Workers Here, revd., 815–16

Baughman, James L., Same Time, Same Station, revd., 845–46; revs., 1167

Baum, Bruce, coed., Racially Writing the Republic, revd., 771–72

Beauty Shop Politics, by Gill, revd., 867–68

Beck, David R. M., revs., 192–93

Becoming African Americans, by Corbould, revd., 207–8

Becoming American under Fire, by Samito, revd., 811–12

Bee, Robert L., revs., 815–16

Beeman, Richard, Plain, Honest Men, revd., 165–66

Beito, David T., coauth., Black Maverick, revd., 252–53

Beito, Linda Royster, coauth., Black Maverick, revd., 252–53

Belanger, Elizabeth, “How Now? Historical Thinking, Reflective Teaching, and the Next Generation of History Teachers,” 1079–88

Bell, Andrew McIlwaine, Mosquito Soldiers, revd., 808–9

Belmonte, Laura A., revs., 859–60

Bender, Daniel E., American Abyss, revd., 838–39

Berg, Manfred, revs., 836–37

Berglund, Barbara, revs., 527–28

Berkin, Carol, Civil War Wives, revd., 519–20

Berkowitz, Edward D., revs., 876

Bernstein, Lee, America Is the Prison, revd., 1182

Bernstein, Matthew H., revs., 285–87

Berry, Mary Frances, And Justice for All, revd., 251–52

Bertrand, Michael T., revs., 222

Betts, Mary Beth, revs., 216–17

Between Arab and White, by Gualtieri, revd., 199–200

Between Freedom and Bondage, by Malone, revd., 178

Beyond Black and White, by Marable, revd., 1192–93

Beyond the Bonus March and G.I. Bill, by Ortiz, revd., 837–38

Beyond the Farm, by Opal, revd., 796–97

Beyond the Fields, by Shaw, revd., 469–71

Beyond the Miracle Worker, by Nielsen, revd., 1135–36

Beyond Vietnam, by Surbrug, revd., 574–75

Bibler, Michael P., Cotton’s Queer Relations, revd., 564–65

Bigham, Darrel E., revs., 186–87

Bilhartz, Terry D., revs., 169–70

Billias, George Athan, American Constitutionalism Heard round the World, 1776–1989, revd., 147–48

Billy Graham and the Rise of the Republican South, by Miller, revd., 264–65

Birth Control on Main Street, by Hajo, revd., 1154–55

The Birth of American Tourism, by Gassan, revd., 794

Biszick-Lockwood, Bar, Restless Giant, revd., 1156–57

Bittel, Carla, Mary Putnam Jacobi and the Politics of Medicine in Nineteenth-Century America, revd., 195–96

Bitterly Divided, by Williams, revd., 514–15

Black Arts West, by Widener, revd., 1159–60

Black Conservative Intellectuals in Modern America, by Ondaatje, revd., 888–89

The Black Experience in the Civil War South, by Ash, revd., 807–8

Black Los Angeles, ed. by Hunt and Ramón, revd., 1192

Black Maverick, by Beito and Beito, revd., 252–53

Black Officer in a Buffalo Soldier Regiment, by Shellum, revd., 817–18

Black Power in Dixie, by Hornsby, revd., 230

Black Walden, by Lemire, revd., 172–73

Black Wave, movie, revd., 911–14

Blake, Casey N., revs., 843

Blanchard, Mary W., revs., 209–10

Blanton, Carlos Kevin, revs., 750–52

Bloody Lowndes, by Jeffries, revd., 572–73

Bloom, Alexander, revs., 879–80

Blue, Ethan, revs., 1182

Blue and Gray Diplomacy, by Jones, revd., 514

Bluejackets and Contrabands, by Tomblin, revd., 183

Blues Music in the Sixties, by Adelt, revd., 1179–80

Blum, Edward J., revs., 833–34

Blumin, Stuart M., coauth., The G.I. Bill, revd., 238

Bob Dylan in America, by Wilentz, revd., 1186

Bockstoce, John R., Furs and Frontiers in the Far North, revd., 803–4

Bodies in Doubt, by Reis, revd., 1098–99

Bodies of War, by Budreau, revd., 830–31

Boehm, Lisa Krissoff, Making a Way out of No Way, revd., 228–29

de Boer, Tycho, revs., 839–40

Bohemia in America, 1858–1920, by Levin, revd., 821–22

Bokovoy, Matthew, revs., 825–26

The Bombing of Germany, movie, revd., 904–5

Bonner, Robert E., Mastering America: Southern Slaveholders and the Crisis of American Nationhood, revd., 180–81

Booker T. Washington and the Struggle against White Supremacy, by Jackson, Jr., revd., 201

Boomers, by Brooks, revd., 270–71

Borchard, Gregory, revs., 810–11

Boris, Eileen, revs., 213–14

Born Southern, by Kennedy, revd., 801–2

Bose, Meena, revs., 860–61

Boston, Michael B., The Business Strategy of Booker T. Washington, revd., 1140–41

Boswell, Angela, revs., 801–2

Botham, Fay, Almighty God Created the Races, revd., 852–53

von Bothmer, Bernard, Framing the Sixties, revd., 879–80

The Bourgeois Frontier, by Gitlin, revd., 492–93

Bow, Leslie, Partly Colored, revd., 1142–43

Boyd-Smith, Steve, revs., 123–27

Boylan, Anne M., revs., 799–800

Bradburn, Douglas, The Citizenship Revolution, revd., 166–67

Bradley, Mark Philip, Vietnam at War, revd., 245–46

Bradley, Stefan M., Harlem vs. Columbia University, revd., 256–57

Brana-Shute, Rosemary, coed., Paths to Freedom, revd., 490–91

Brands, H. W., American Dreams, revd., 1188–89

Brasseaux, Ryan André, Cajun Breakdown, revd., 222

Breadwinners, by Vapnek, revd., 523

Brechin, Gray, revs., 746–50

Breen, T. H., revs., 785

Brewer, Susan A., Why America Fights, revd., 587–88; revs., 1172–73

Bridging National Borders in North America, ed. by Johnson and Graybill, revd., 1095–96

Brier, Evan, A Novel Marketplace, revd., 844–45

Brier, Jennifer, Infectious Ideas, revd., 579

Brigham, Robert K., revs., 248–49

Brinkley, Alan, The Publisher, revd., 1167

Brinkley, Douglas, revs., 243

Bristol, Douglas Walter, Jr., Knights of the Razor, revd., 528–29

The Brittle Thread of Life, by Williams, revd., 493–94

Broken Landscape, by Pommersheim, revd., 887

Brooks, Jennifer E., revs., 837–38

Brooks, Victor D., Boomers, revd., 270–71

Broussard, Albert S., revs., 836

Brown, Kathleen M., Foul Bodies, revd., 777–78

Brown, Timothy S., revs., 872

Browning, Judkin, revs., 1125–26

A Bubble in Time, by O’Neill, revd., 584–85

Budreau, Lisa M., Bodies of War, revd., 830–31

Buhle, Paul, revs., 284–85

Building a Housewife’s Paradise, by Deutsch, revd., 1165–66

Bukowczyk, John J., revs., 546–47

Bullock, Steven R., revs., 848–49

Burns, James MacGregor, Packing the Court, revd., 1103–4

Burns, Jennifer, Goddess of the Market, revd., 854–55

Burns, Jennifer, revs., 1093–95

Burns, Lisa M., revs., 163–64

Burns, Stewart, communication from, 293–94

Burns, Stewart, communication from, 294

Burstein, Andrew, revs., 1110–11

Burton, Antoinette, coed., Moving Subjects, revd., 151–52

Bush, Gregory W., revs., 878–79

The Business Strategy of Booker T. Washington, by Boston, revd., 1140–41

Butsch, Richard, revs., 774–75

Buying Power, by Glickman, revd., 774

Bynum, Victoria E., The Long Shadow of the Civil War, revd., 1130–31

Byrne, Frank J., revs., 182–83

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Cadava, Geraldo Lujan, revs., 471–72

Cajun Breakdown, by Brasseaux, revd., 222

Callanan, James, Covert Action in the Cold War, revd., 1173–74

Campbell, Ballard, revs., 288–89

Campbell, D’Ann, revs., 549

Campbell, Malcolm, revs., 198–99

Campbell, William J., revs., 492–93

Canaday, Margot, The Straight State, revd., 233–34

Cannato, Vincent J., American Passage, revd., 544–45

Canny, Nicholas, revs., 152–53

Cantrell, Gregg, revs., 521–22

Capital Punishment on Trial, by Oshinsky, revd., 1187–88

Capitalism, movie, revd., 281–82

The Captain’s Widow of Sandwich, by Shockley, revd., 1134–35

Captive Arizona, 1851–1900, by Smith, revd., 192

Carlo, Paula Wheeler, revs., 779–80

Carlson, A. Cheree, revs., 205

Carmichael, Peter S., revs., 190–91

Carney, Court, Cuttin’ Up, revd., 553–54; revs., 1144–45

Carney, Judith A., coauth., In the Shadow of Slavery, revd., 1104–5

Carpenter, Joel A., revs., 265–66

Carruthers, Susan L., Cold War Captives, revd., 859–60; revs., 776–77

Carson, Clayborne, revs., 145–47

Carson, James Taylor, revs., 194–95

Carter, David C., The Music Has Gone out of the Movement, revd., 256

Carter, Julian, revs., 233–34

Case, Theresa A., The Great Southwest Railroad Strike and Free Labor, revd., 1137–38

Casper, Scott E., “The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and the History Classroom,” 1048–49

Cassanello, Robert, coed., Migration and the Transformation of the Southern Workplace since 1945, revd., 882–83

Castiglia, Christopher, Interior States, revd., 795–96

The Cattell Controversy, by Tucker, revd., 583

Caught in the Crossfire, by Langdon, revd., 236–38

Cawley, R. McGreggor, revs., 263–64

Cayleff, Susan E., revs., 195–96

Celebrating the Republic, by Moats, revd., 793–94

A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation: U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates, 1744–1875, Web site, revd., 1196–97

Chadwick, Bruce, revs., 591–92

Chains of Babylon, by Maeda, revd., 576–77

Chambers, Thomas, revs., 794

Chang, David A., The Color of the Land, revd., 818–19

Chang, Derek, Citizens of a Christian Nation, revd., 816–17

Chang, Kornel S., revs., 1102–3

Chaotic Justice, by Ernest, revd., 812–13

Chappell, Marisa, The War on Welfare, revd., 880–81

Charron, Katherine Mellen, Freedom’s Teacher, revd., 862–63; revs., 868–69

Cheever, Abigail, Real Phonies, revd., 1190–91

Cheng, Eileen Ka-May, revs., 510

Chicago, by Pacyga, revd., 532

Chief Loco, by Shapard, revd., 1123

Children Bound to Labor, ed. by Herndon and Murray, revd., 157

The Children of Chinatown, by Jorae, revd., 527–28

Chiu, Monica, ed., Asian Americans in New England, revd., 526–27

Churchill, Robert H., To Shake Their Guns in the Tyrant’s Face, revd., 533–34

Citizen Bachelors, by McCurdy, revd., 158–59

Citizen Environmentalist, by Longhurst, revd., 1181

Citizens of a Christian Nation, by Chang, revd., 816–17

The Citizenship Revolution, by Bradburn, revd., 166–67

Civil Rights in the Gateway to the South, by K’Meyer, revd., 254–55

Civil Rights Oral History Interviews, Web site, revd., 918–20

Civil War Wives, by Berkin, revd., 519–20

Clary, David A., Eagles and Empire, revd., 509

Class Matters, ed. by Middleton and Smith, revd., 494–95

Clavin, Matthew J., Toussaint Louverture and the American Civil War, revd., 806

Clayson, William S., Freedom Is Not Enough, revd., 1177–78

Clegg, Claude A., III, revs., 477–79

Clemens, Paul G. E., revs., 1109–10

Van Cleve, John V., revs., 1135–36

Cleves, Rachel Hope, The Reign of Terror in America, revd., 168–69

Clio Visualizing History, Web site, revd., 593–94

Cobb, Daniel, revs., 176–77

Cohen, Andrew Wender, “Smuggling, Globalization, and America’s Outward State, 1870–1909,” 370–98

Cohen, Benjamin R., Notes from the Ground, revd., 504–5

Cohen, David Steven, revs., 528

Cohen, Deborah, revs., 151–52

Cohen, Robert, Freedom’s Orator, revd., 574

Cohen, Ronald D., revs., 1186

Cohen, Sheldon S., revs., 160–61

Cohodas, Nadine, Princess Noire, revd., 870–71

Cold War Captives, by Carruthers, revd., 859–60

Cole, Donald B., Vindicating Andrew Jackson, revd., 501–2

Cole, Thomas R., revs., 269–70

College Football and American Culture in the Cold War Era, by Kemper, revd., 242

Colonial Crucible, ed. by McCoy and Scarano, revd., 225–26

The Color of the Land, by Chang, revd., 818–19

“Coming to California,”” exhibition, revd., 746–50

Communities Left Behind, by Wilson, revd., 262–63

The Company Town, by Green, revd., 1150

Concentration Camps on the Home Front, by Howard, revd., 559–60

The Condemnation of Blackness, by Muhammad, revd., 834–35

Condom Nation, by Lord, revd., 1191

The Confederacy, by Escott, revd., 807

Confederate Reckoning, by McCurry, revd., 763–64

Conflict on the Michigan Frontier, by Schwartz, revd., 503–4

Conn, Steven, revs., 483–84

Connell Szasz, Margaret, revs., 217–18

The Conservatives, by Allitt, revd., 487–88

“Consuming Relief: Food Stamps and the New Welfare of the New Deal,” by Rachel Louise Moran, 1001–1022

Contesting Knowledge, ed. by Sleeper-Smith, revd., 483–84

Cooper, John Milton, Jr., Woodrow Wilson, revd., 540; revs., 539–40

Cooper, William J., Jr., coed., In the Cause of Liberty, revd., 188–89

Corbould, Clare, Becoming African Americans, revd., 207–8

The Cost of Living in America, by Stapleford, revd., 272–73

Costa, Dora L., coauth., Heroes and Cowards, revd., 183–84

Van Cott, T. Norman, revs., 173–74

Cotton and Race in the Making of America, by Dattel, revd., 173–74

Cotton’s Queer Relations, by Bibler, revd., 564–65

Countryman, Edward, revs., 589–90

Court-Martial of Apache Kid, by McKanna, revd., 193–94

Covert Action in the Cold War, by Callanan, revd., 1173–74

Cow Boys and Cattle Men, by Moore, revd., 521–22

Cox, Caroline, revs., 162–63

Cox, Thomas H., Gibbons v. Ogden, Law, and Society in the Early Republic, revd., 499–500

Craig, Campbell, coauth., America’s Cold War, revd., 240–41

Crespino, Joseph, coed., The Myth of Southern Exceptionalism, revd., 768–69

Criminal Injustice, by McNair, revd., 511–12

Crusades for Freedom, by Dowdy, revd., 863

Cull, Nicholas J., revs., 223–24

Cullen, Jim, revs., 187–88

Cultivating Health, by Koslow, revd., 213–14

The Culture of Property, by Lands, revd., 541–42

Cumbler, John T., revs., 496–97

Cumings, Bruce, Dominion from Sea to Sea, revd., 537–38

Cummings, Alex, “From Monopoly to Intellectual Property: Music Piracy and the Remaking of American Copyright, 1909–1971,” 659–81

Cunningham, Carson, American Hoops, revd., 582–83

Cunningham, Douglas A., revs., 897–900

Cuordileone, K. A., revs., 257–59

Curnutt, Kirk, revs., 1190–91

Currarino, Rosanne, revs., 873–74

Curtin, Michael, revs., 846–47

Curtis, Edward E., IV, coed., The New Black Gods, revd., 203–4; revs., 775–76

Curtis, Edward E., IV communication from, 921–22

Cuttin’ Up, by Carney, revd., 553–54

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Dagbovie, Pero Gaglo, revs., 850

Dalzell, Frederick, Engineering Invention, revd., 535–36

Damrosch, Leo, Tocqueville’s Discovery of America, revd., 792–93

Dancing in the Dark, by Dickstein, revd., 765–66

Dangerous Economies, by Zabin, revd., 161–62

A Dangerous Stir, by Summers, revd., 189–90

Danziger, Edmund Jefferson, Jr., Great Lakes Indian Accommodation and Resistance during the Early Reservation Years, 1850–1900, revd., 192–93

Dark Days, Bright Nights, by Joseph, revd., 861–62

Dattel, Gene, Cotton and Race in the Making of America, revd., 173–74

David Ruggles, by Hodges, revd., 799–800

Davis, Colin J., coed., Migration and the Transformation of the Southern Workplace since 1945, revd., 882–83; revs., 545–46

Davis, Donald E., coauth., Distorted Mirrors, revd., 250–51

Davis, Gayle R., revs., 523–25

Davis, Rebecca L., More Perfect Unions, revd., 882

Davis, William C., revs., 807

Dean, Robert, communication from, 923

Dean, Robert, revs., 249–50

Dean Acheson and the Creation of an American World Order, by McMahon, revd., 243

Death in the New World, by Seeman, revd., 1105–6

Deciphering the Rising Sun, by Dingman, revd., 558–59

Defying Dixie, by Gilmore, revd., 477–79

Delgado, Grace Peña, revs., 464–65

Deliver Us from Evil, by Ford, revd., 141–42

Delton, Jennifer, Racial Integration in Corporate America, 1940–1990, revd., 579–80

Demanding Democracy, by Stears, revd., 557–58

Demanding Respect, by Lopes, revd., 231–32

Demas, Lane, Integrating the Gridiron, revd., 866–67

Democracy’s Lawyer, by Heller, revd., 1118–19

Democracy’s Prisoner, by Freeberg, revd., 1146–47

Denault, Patricia L., coed., Soundings in Atlantic History, revd., 152–53

Dennis, Donna, Licentious Gotham, revd., 197–98

Dennis, Matthew, Seneca Possessed, revd., 1117

Deserter Country, by Sandow, revd., 518–19

Dessens, Nathalie, revs., 781–82

Deutsch, James I., revs., 906

Deutsch, Tracey, Building a Housewife’s Paradise, revd., 1165–66

DeVault, Ileen A., revs., 819–20

DeVeaux, Scott, coauth., Jazz, revd., 1143–44

Diamond, Andrew J., Mean Streets, revd., 260

Dickinson, W. Calvin, coed., Sister States, Enemy States, revd., 184–85

Dickstein, Morris, Dancing in the Dark, revd., 765–66

Diefenthaler, Jon, revs., 148–49

Dierks, Konstantin, In My Power, revd., 157–58

Digging Up the Dead, by Kammen, revd., 486

Digital Harlem, Web site, revd., 916–17

Diner, Hasia, revs., 291–92

Dinerstein, Joel, revs., 222–23

Dingman, Roger, Deciphering the Rising Sun, revd., 558–59

Dirck, Brian R., revs., 1127

“Disability, Antiprofessionalism, and Civil Rights: The National Federation of the Blind and the ‘Right to Organize’ in the 1950s,” by Felicia Kornbluh, 1023–47

The Discretionary President, by Kleinerman, revd., 488–89

Dissenting Bodies, by Finch, revd., 1108–9

Distant Revolutions, by Roberts, revd., 1122–23

Distorted Mirrors, by Davis and Trani, revd., 250–51

Dixon, Christopher, revs., 806

Dollar, Kent T., coed., Sister States, Enemy States, revd., 184–85

Dolley Madison, movie, revd., 903–4

Dominion from Sea to Sea, by Cumings, revd., 537–38

Donovan, Brian, revs., 197–98

Dorsey, Allison, revs., 541–42

Doss, Erika, revs., 1101

Douglas, Andrew J., revs., 281–82

Dowdy, G. Wayne, Crusades for Freedom, revd., 863

Doyle, Laura, revs., 812–13

Doyle, Nora, “‘The Highest Pleasure of Which Woman’s Nature Is Capable’: Breast-Feeding and the Sentimental Maternal Ideal in America, 1750–1860,” 958–73

Doyle, Robert C., The Enemy in Our Hands, revd., 1097

Dreaming of Sheep in Navajo Country, by Weisiger, revd., 551–52

Dreisbach, Daniel L., coed., The Forgotten Founders on Religion and Public Life, revd., 787–88

Drexler, Michael, revs., 795–96

Dubofsky, Melvyn, revs., 1146–47

Dudziak, Mary L., revs., 570–71

Dugatkin, Lee Alan, Mr. Jefferson and the Giant Moose, revd., 502–3

Durr, Kenneth D., revs., 1176

Durrill, Wayne K., revs., 531

Dusinberre, William, Strategies for Survival, revd., 800–801

Dyble, Louise Nelson, Paying the Toll, revd., 555

Dyck, Erika, revs., 577–78

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Eagles, Charles W., The Price of Defiance, revd., 571–72

Eagles and Empire, by Clary, revd., 509

Early, Gerald, revs., 251

Eastman, Carolyn, A Nation of Speechifiers, revd., 499

Eating History, by Smith, revd., 486–87

Eb en vloed (Ebb and Flow), by Havenaar, revd., 583–84

Echols, Alice, Hot Stuff, revd., 1183–84

Edelstein, Tilden G., revs., 179–80

Education for Liberation, by Richardson and Jones, revd., 206–7

Edwards, Brian T., revs., 555–56

Edwards, William C., coed., The Lincoln Assassination, revd., 186–87

Egerton, Douglas R., revs., 166

Ehrman, John, revs., 875–76

Ekbladh, David, The Great American Mission, revd., 827–28

Electrifying the Rural American West, by Glaser, revd., 535

Elias, Robert, The Empire Strikes Out, revd., 848–49

Ellis, Mark, revs., 193–94

Ellisor, John T., The Second Creek War, revd., 1123–24

Empire of Liberty, by Wood, revd., 475–77

The Empire Strikes Out, by Elias, revd., 848–49

Empires of the Imagination, ed. by Kastor and Weil, revd., 1114–15

Encountering Revolution, by White, revd., 790–91

“The End of the History Survey Course: The Rise and Fall of the Coverage Model,” by Joel M. Sipress and David J. Voelker, 1050–66

The Enemy in Our Hands, by Doyle, revd., 1097

Engelman, Ralph, Friendlyvision, revd., 846–47

Engerman, David C., Know Your Enemy, revd., 1174–75

Engineering Invention, by Dalzell, revd., 535–36

Entangling Alliances, by Zeiger, revd., 1170–71

Entering the Fray, ed. by Wells and Phipps, revd., 822–23

The Environment and the People in American Cities, 1600s–1900s, by Taylor, revd., 772–73

Enyeart, John P., The Quest for “Just and Pure Law,” revd., 1150–51

Erekson, Keith, “Putting History Teaching ‘In Its Place’,” 1067–78

Ericson, David F., revs., 805–6

Ernest, John, Chaotic Justice, revd., 812–13; revs., 1132–33

Erotic City, by Sides, revd., 872–73

Escott, Paul D., The Confederacy, revd., 807; revs., 763–64

Ettinger, Patrick, Imaginary Lines, revd., 464–65; revs., 135–40

Evans, Stephanie Y., revs., 864

Evans, William McKee, Open Wound, revd., 150–51

Every Home a Distillery, by Meacham, revd., 156

Everything but the Coffee, by Simon, revd., 884–85

Examining Tuskegee, by Reverby, revd., 542–43

Executing Daniel Bright, by Myers, revd., 515–16

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Fairclough, Adam, revs., 573–74

A Faithful Account of the Race, by Hall, revd., 510

Farber, David, The Rise and Fall of Modern American Conservatism, revd., 1093–95; revs., 1184–85

Farber, Samuel, revs., 243–44

Farm Workers and the Churches, by Watt, revd., 1164–65

Faue, Elizabeth, revs., 1151–52

The fbi and the Catholic Church, 1935–1962, by Rosswurm, revd., 567–68

fdr’s World, ed. by Woolner, Kimball, and Reynolds, revd., 561–62

Fea, John, revs., 1116–17

The Federal Art Project and the Creation of Middlebrow Culture, by Grieve, revd., 843

Feimster, Crystal N., Southern Horrors, revd., 201–2

Feldstein, Ruth, revs., 870–71

Fellman, Michael, In the Name of God and Country, revd., 532–33

Ferguson, Niall, coed., The Shock of the Global, revd., 1184–85

Fermaglich, Kirsten, revs., 236

Ferris, Marcie Cohen, revs., 486–87

Feurer, Rosemary, revs., 1150–51

A Few Good Women, by Monahan and Neidel-Greenlee, revd., 885–86

Fichter, James R., So Great a Proffit, revd., 1112–13

Fields-Black, Edda L., revs., 1104–5

Fighting for Democracy, by Parker, revd., 1162

Fighting for Hope, by Jefferson, revd., 251

Filene, Benjamin, introduction to exhibition reviews, 116–17; introduction to exhibition reviews, 735–36

Finch, Martha L., Dissenting Bodies, revd., 1108–9

Finding the Lost Year, by Gordy, revd., 253–54

Findlay, John M., revs., 537–38

Fingerhut, Eugene R., coauth., The Other Loyalists, revd., 160–61

Finlay, Mark R., Growing American Rubber, revd., 224–25

Finley, Keith M., revs., 1180–81

Finstuen, Andrew S., Original Sin and Everyday Protestants, revd., 853–54

Fisher, James T., On the Irish Waterfront: The Crusader, the Movie, and the Soul of the Port of New York, revd., 545–46

The Fisherman’s Cause, by Magra, revd., 161–62

Fitzgerald, Gerard J., revs., 224–25

Flad, Harvey K., coauth., Main Street to Mainframes, revd., 227–28

Flannery, James L., The Glass House Boys of Pittsburgh, revd., 217; revs., 840–41

Fleming, John V., The Anti-Communist Manifestos, revd., 1171–72

Fleming, Thomas, The Intimate Lives of the Founding Fathers, revd., 498

Floyd-Thomas, J. M., revs., 835

Foley, Neil, Quest for Equality, revd., 864–65

Following the Drum, by Loane, revd., 162–63

Foner, Eric, ed., Our Lincoln, revd., 1127

For Business and Pleasure, by Keire, revd., 1153–54

For Home and Country, by Kingsbury, revd., 1147–48

A Force for Change, by Mangun, revd., 836

Ford, Lacy K., Deliver Us from Evil, revd., 141–42

Ford, Lisa, Settler Sovereignty, revd., 794–95

The Forgotten Founders on Religion and Public Life, ed. by Dreisbach, Hall, and Morrison, revd., 787–88

Forgotten Gateway, exhibition, revd., 750–52

Forman-Brunell, Miriam, Babysitter, revd., 231

Foster, Frances Smith, ’Til Death or Distance Do Us Part, revd., 529–30

Foul Bodies, by Brown, revd., 777–78

Founders, by Raphael, revd., 164–65

Fox, Daniel M., revs., 235–36

The Fragile Fabric of Union, by Schoen, revd., 513–14

Framing the Sixties, by von Bothmer, revd., 879–80

Frank, Richard B., revs., 904–5

Frankum, Ronald B., Jr., revs., 245–46

Frantz, Edward, revs., 829

Fraser, Rebecca J., revs., 529–30

Fraterrigo, Elizabeth, Playboy and the Making of the Good Life in Modern America, revd., 581–82

Frederick Douglass, by Myers, revd., 510–11

Freeberg, Ernest, Democracy’s Prisoner, revd., 1146–47

Freedom Flyers, by Moye, revd., 1161

Freedom Is Not Enough, by Clayson, revd., 1177–78

Freedom Is Not Enough, by Patterson, revd., 1178–79

Freedom on the Horizon, by Krabbendam, revd., 528

Freedom Struggles, by Lentz-Smith, revd., 832–33

Freedom Summer, by Watson, revd., 1177

Freedom’s Orator, by Cohen, revd., 574

Freedom’s Teacher, by Charron, revd., 862–63

Freeman, Susan K., revs., 234–35

Freidenfelds, Lara, The Modern Period, revd., 232–33

French, Scot, revs., 1189–90

Fried, Richard M., revs., 241–42

Friedman, Barbara G., revs., 1170–71

Friedman, Hal M., revs., 562–64

Friedman, Tami J., revs., 882–83

Friendlyvision, by Engelman, revd., 846–47

Friends and Strangers, by Smolenski, revd., 1109–10

From a Far Country, by Randall, revd., 779–80

“From Monopoly to Intellectual Property: Music Piracy and the Remaking of American Copyright, 1909–1971,” by Alex Cummings, 659–81

“From People’s Car to New Beetle: The Transatlantic Journeys of the Volkswagen Beetle,” by Bernhard Rieger, 91–115

From Slavery to Poverty, by SenGupta, revd., 191

Fronc, Jennifer, New York Undercover, revd., 548–49

Fur, Gunlög, A Nation of Women, revd., 781

Furrow, Matthew, “Samuel Gridley Howe, the Black Population of Canada West, and the Racial Ideology of the ‘Blueprint for Radical Reconstruction’,” 344–70

Furs and Frontiers in the Far North, by Bockstoce, revd., 803–4

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The G.I. Bill, by Altschuler and Blumin, revd., 238

Gage, Beverly Frances, revs., 532–33

Gallagher, Gary W., coed., Wars within a War, revd., 181–82

Gallay, Alan, ed., Indian Slavery in Colonial America, revd., 760–61

Gallman, J. Matthew, Northerners at War, revd., 1126

Ganz, Marshall, Why David Sometimes Wins, revd., 259–60

García, Mario T., revs., 469–71

Gardner, Eric, Unexpected Places, revd., 1132; revs., 177

Gassan, Richard H., The Birth of American Tourism, revd., 794

Geary, Daniel, Radical Ambition, revd., 261–62

Gelfand, H. Michael, revs., 1120–21

Gerhardt, Michael J., revs., 488–89

GhaneaBassiri, Kambiz, A History of Islam in America, revd., 775–76

The Ghost of Jim Crow, by Walker, revd., 570–71

Gibbons v. Ogden, Law, and Society in the Early Republic, by Cox, revd., 499–500

Giddings, Paula J., Ida, revd., 540–41

Giddins, Gary, coauth., Jazz, revd., 1143–44

Gienow-Hecht, Jessica C. E., Sound Diplomacy, revd., 223–24

Giesberg, Judith, Army at Home, revd., 519

Gilbert, James, Whose Fair?, revd., 825–26

The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition, Web site, revd., 1197–98

Gill, Tiffany M., Beauty Shop Politics, revd., 867–68

Gilmore, Glenda Elizabeth, Defying Dixie, revd., 477–79

Ginsberg, Benjamin, Moses of South Carolina, revd., 1128–29

Gitlin, Jay, The Bourgeois Frontier, revd., 492–93

Glad, Betty, An Outsider in the White House, revd., 1185

Glaser, Leah S., Electrifying the Rural American West, revd., 535

Glasrud, Bruce Alden, revs., 817–18

The Glass House Boys of Pittsburgh, by Flannery, revd., 217

Glickman, Lawrence B., Buying Power, revd., 774; revs., 884–85

God and Race in American Politics, by Noll, revd., 1099–100

Goddess of the Market, by Burns, revd., 854–55

Golden Dreams, by Starr, revd., 568–69

Goldhammer, Arthur, trans., Neoconservatism, revd., 874–75

Goldstein, Robert Justin, revs., 773–74

Good, Reliable, White Men, by Taillon, revd., 522–23

Gooding-Williams, Robert, In the Shadow of Du Bois, revd., 833–34

Gordon, Ian, revs., 231–32

Gordon, Sarah A., “Make It Yourself,” revd., 523–25

Gordon, Sarah Barringer, The Spirit of the Law, revd., 1193–94

Gordon, Tammy, revs., 120–23,

Gordy, Sondra, Finding the Lost Year, revd., 253–54; revs., 851–52

Gore, Dayo F., coed., Want to Start a Revolution?, revd., 868–69

Goudsouzian, Aram, King of the Court, revd., 1169–70

Gould, Lewis L., Helen Taft, revd., 1146

Gould, Lewis L., The William Howard Taft Presidency, revd., 829

A Government Out of Sight, by Balogh, revd., 175–76

de Graaf, Lawrence B., revs., 1192

The Grand Design, by Stoker, revd., 1124–25

Grant, Susan-Mary, revs., 1126

Grassroots at the Gateway, by Lang, revd., 569–70

Graves, Karen L., And They Were Wonderful Teachers, revd., 234–35

Gray Panthers, by Sanjek, revd., 269–70

Graybill, Andrew R., coed., Bridging National Borders in North America, revd., 1095–96

The Great American Mission, by Ekbladh, revd., 827–28

The Great Industrial War, by Rondinone, revd., 1151–52

Great Lakes Indian Accommodation and Resistance during the Early Reservation Years, 1850–1900, by Danziger, revd., 192–93

The Great Southwest Railroad Strike and Free Labor, by Case, revd., 1137–38

Green, Hardy, The Company Town, revd., 1150

Green, Laurie B., revs., 228–29

Green, Michael S., Politics and America in Crisis, revd., 805–6

Greenberg, Amy S., revs., 1121–22

Greenberg, David, revs., 876–77

Greenberg, Joshua R., Advocating the Man, revd., 506–7; revs., 813–14

Greenberg, Mark I., revs., 1128–29

Greene, Victor, coed., Perspectives on Milwaukee’s Past, revd., 218–20

Greenfield, Briann G., Out of the Attic, revd., 1145–46; revs., 890–91

Greenwald, Richard A., revs., 828–29

Grieve, Victoria, The Federal Art Project and the Creation of Middlebrow Culture, revd., 843

Griffen, Clyde, coauth., Main Street to Mainframes, revd., 227–28

Griffin, Larry J., revs., 768–69

Grinde, Donald A., revs., 497–98

Gritter, Elizabeth, revs., 863

Gronim, Sara Stidstone, revs., 170–71

Gross, Robert A., revs., 796–97

Growing American Rubber, by Finlay, revd., 224–25

Grumet, Robert S., The Munsee Indians, revd., 780

Grundman, Adolph H., revs., 582–83

Gualtieri, Sarah M. A., Between Arab and White, revd., 199–200

Guantánamo, usa, by Schwab, revd., 886–87

Guglielmo, Jennifer, Living the Revolution, revd., 1139

Guglielmo, Thomas A., “‘Red Cross, Double Cross’: Race and America’s World War II–Era Blood Donor Service,” 63–90

Gustafson, Melanie, revs., 210

Guten Tag, Y’all, by Maunula, revd., 883–84

Gutzman, Kevin R. C., revs., 1112

Guyatt, Nicholas, “America’s Conservatory: Race, Reconstruction, and the Santo Domingo Debate,” 974–1000

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Habits of Empire, by Nugent, revd., 1089–90

Haddad, John Rogers, The Romance of China, revd., 507–9

Hagopian, Patrick, The Vietnam War in American Memory, revd., 246–48

Hahn, Steven, The Political Worlds of Slavery and Freedom, revd., 142–43

Hajo, Cathy Moran, Birth Control on Main Street, revd., 1154–55

Hale, Matthew Rainbow, revs., 168–69

Hall, Greg, revs., 1152–53

Hall, Gwendolyn Midlo, revs., 782–83

Hall, John W., Uncommon Defense, revd., 173

Hall, Mark David, coed., The Forgotten Founders on Religion and Public Life, revd., 787–88

Hall, Peter Dobkin, revs., 1108–9

Hall, Simon, revs., 861–62

Hall, Stephen G., A Faithful Account of the Race, revd., 510

Haller, John S., Jr., The History of American Homeopathy, revd., 578–79

Halliwell, Martin, revs., 215–16

Halperin, Terri, revs., 164–65

Hamlin, Francoise N., revs., 255–56

Hammond, John Craig, revs., 142–43

Hammond, William M., revs., 592–93

Hanging between Heaven and Earth, by Seay, revd., 154–55

The Hanging of Thomas Jeremiah, by Harris, revd., 785–86

Hansen, Bert, Picturing Medical Progress from Pasteur to Polio, revd., 215–16

Harbutt, Fraser J., Yalta 1945, revd., 855–56

Hariman, Robert, revs., 842–43

Harlem vs. Columbia University, by Bradley, revd., 256–57

Harris, Charles H., III, coauth., The Secret War in El Paso, revd., 210–11

Harris, Dianne, revs., 482–83

Harris, Duchess, coed., Racially Writing the Republic, revd., 771–72; revs., 761–63

Harris, J. William, The Hanging of Thomas Jeremiah, revd., 785–86; revs., 202–3

Harris, Robert L., Jr., revs., 251–52

Hart, D. G., revs., 489–90

Hartman, Andrew, revs., 270–71

Harvey, Paul, revs., 816–17

Hauptman, Laurence M., revs., 580–81

Hauptman, Laurence M., Seven Generations of Iroquois Leadership, revd., 497–98

Havenaar, Ronald, Eb en vloed (Ebb and Flow), revd., 583–84

Hayashi, Brian Masaru, revs., 560

Haycox, Stephen, revs., 803–4

Hayden, Joseph R., Negotiating in the Press, revd., 829–30

Hayes, Joy Elizabeth, revs., 1156

Haynes, John Earl, coauth., Spies, revd., 564

Heap, Chad, Slumming, revd., 208–9

Heidler, David S., coauth., Henry Clay, revd., 1117–18

Heidler, Jeanne T., coauth., Henry Clay, revd., 1117–18

Heiss, Mary Ann, revs., 266

Hele, Karl S., revs., 503–4

Helen Taft, by Gould, revd., 1146

Heller, J. Roderick, III, Democracy’s Lawyer, revd., 1118–19

Hendrickson, David C., Union, Nation, or Empire, revd., 1115–16

Hendrix, Henry J., Theodore Roosevelt’s Naval Diplomacy, revd., 536–37

Henking, Susan E., revs., 579

Hennen, John, revs., 1149–50

Henry, Charles P., revs., 1192–93

Henry Clay, by Heidler and Heidler, revd., 1117–18

Herndon, Ruth Wallis, coed., Children Bound to Labor, revd., 157

Heroes and Cowards, by Costa and Kahn, revd., 183–84

Hersch, Charles, revs., 553–54

Hess, Earl J., revs., 184–85

Hickey, Georgina, revs., 824–25

Highbrow/Lowdown, by Savran, revd., 844

“‘The Highest Pleasure of Which Woman’s Nature Is Capable’: Breast-Feeding and the Sentimental Maternal Ideal in America, 1750–1860,” by Nora Doyle, 958–73

Hild, Matthew, revs., 819

Hilton, Sylvia L., coed., Political Repression in U.S. History, revd., 773–74

Hinderaker, Eric, The Two Hendricks, revd., 1107–8

Hinderer, Moira, revs., 260

Hirsch, James S., Willie Mays, revd., 849–50

The History of American Homeopathy, by Haller, revd., 578–79

A History of Islam in America, by GhaneaBassiri, revd., 775–76

A History of the Book in America, vol. 5, ed. by Nord, Rubin, and Schudson, revd., 1158–59

The History of White People, by Painter, revd., 474–75

Hitchcock, James, revs., 1193–94

Hochfelder, David, revs., 535–36

Hodgdon, Tim, Manhood in the Age of Aquarius, revd., 257–59

Hodges, Graham Russell Gao, David Ruggles, revd., 799–800

Hoffer, Williamjames Hull, revs., 175–76

Hoffman, Abraham, revs., 568–69

Hoffman, Elizabeth Cobbs, revs., 1163–64

Holden-Smith, Barbara J., revs., 1119–20

Hollywood Chinese, movie, revd., 282–84

Holton, Woody, Abigail Adams, revd., 163–64

Honor and Fidelity, by Villahermosa, revd., 468–69

Hope in a Scattering Time, by Miller, revd., 877–78

Hopkins, George E., revs., 227

Horace Greeley’s New-York Tribune, by Tuchinsky, revd., 810–11

Horne, Gerald, revs., 1141–42

Hornsby, Alton, Jr., Black Power in Dixie, revd., 230

The Horrible Gift of Freedom, by Wood, revd., 1189–90

Horrigan, Bryan, introduction to exhibition reviews, 116–17; introduction to exhibition reviews, 735–36

Horwitz, Richard P., revs., 911–14

Hot Stuff, by Echols, revd., 1183–84

“How Now? Historical Thinking, Reflective Teaching, and the Next Generation of History Teachers,” by Elizabeth Belanger, 1079–88

How Race Survived U.S. History, by Roediger, revd., 1102–3

How the Arabian Nights Inspired the American Dream, 1790–1935, by Nance, revd., 555–56

Howard, John, Concentration Camps on the Home Front, revd., 559–60; revs., 564–65

Howard, Vicki, revs., 1165–66

Hsieh, Wayne Wei-siang, West Pointers and the Civil War, revd., 810

Hsu, Madeline Y., revs., 1142–43

Hu-DeHart, Evelyn, revs., 525–26

Hudson, John C., revs., 532

Huebner, Andrew J., The Warrior Image, revd., 246–48; revs., 586–87

Huebner, Timothy, “Roger B. Taney and the Slavery Issue: Looking beyond—and before—Dred Scott,” 17–38

Hulliung, Mark, ed., The American Liberal Tradition Reconsidered, revd., 1168–69

Hulsether, Mark, Religion, Culture, and Politics in the Twentieth-Century United States, revd., 588

Hunt, Darnell, coed., Black Los Angeles, revd., 1192

Hurewitz, Daniel, revs., 554–55

Hurley, F. Jack, revs., 547–48

Hysterical Men, by Micale, revd., 149–50

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Ibson, John, revs., 581–82

Ida, by Giddings, revd., 540–41

The Ideological Origins of American Federalism, by LaCroix, revd., 788–89

Imaginary Friends, by Ryan, revd., 148

Imaginary Lines, by Ettinger, revd., 464–65

Imbarrato, Susan Clair, revs., 156

In Hock, by Woloson, revd., 1138–39

In My Power, by Dierks, revd., 157–58

In Search of the Talented Tenth, by Williams, revd., 850

In Sight of America, by Pegler-Gordon, revd., 546–47

In the Cause of Liberty, ed. by Cooper and McCardell, revd., 188–89

In the Eye of All Trade, by Jarvis, revd., 1106–7

In the Name of God and Country, by Fellman, revd., 532–33

In the Shadow of Du Bois, by Gooding-Williams, revd., 833–34

In the Shadow of Slavery, by Carney and Rosomoff, revd., 1104–5

Indian Blues, by Troutman, revd., 552–53

Indian Slavery in Colonial America, ed. by Gallay, revd., 760–61

Indian Work, by Usner, revd., 194–95

Industrial Violence and the Legal Origins of Child Labor, by Schmidt, revd., 840–41

Infectious Fear, by Roberts, revd., 204–5

Infectious Ideas, by Brier, revd., 579

Integrating the Gridiron, by Demas, revd., 866–67

Interior States, by Castiglia, revd., 795–96

International Civil Rights Center and Museum, exhibition, revd., 752–56

The Intimate Lives of the Founding Fathers, by Fleming, revd., 498

Into the Deep, movie, revd., 900–903

Inventing Autopia, by Axelrod, revd., 554–55

Invisible Enemy, by de Jong, revd., 1182–83

Invisible Ink, by Nagy, revd., 1111

The Irish Bridget, by Lynch-Brennan, revd., 198–99

Irons, Jenny, Reconstituting Whiteness, revd., 865–66

Isenberg, Nancy, revs., 1105–6

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Jack, Jordynn, Science on the Home Front, revd., 560–61

Jackson, Jr., David H., Booker T. Washington and the Struggle against White Supremacy, revd., 201

Jackson, Thomas F., communication from, 293–94

Jacob, Kathryn Allamong, King of the Lobby, revd., 1136–37

James, Pearl, ed., Picture This, revd., 831–32

Jane Addams Hull-House Museum, Web site, revd., 290–91

Janken, Kenneth R., revs., 207–8

Jarvis, Michael J., In the Eye of All Trade, revd., 1106–7

Jazz, by Giddins and DeVeaux, revd., 1143–44

Jefferson, Robert F., Fighting for Hope, revd., 251

The Jeffersons at Shadwell, by Kern, revd., 1110–11

Jeffreys-Jones, Rhodri, revs., 1173–74

Jeffries, Hasan Kwame, Bloody Lowndes, revd., 572–73

Jespersen, T. Christopher, revs., 507–9

Joan Baez, movie, revd., 284–85

Johansen, Bruce E., revs., 491–92

John Brown’s Trial, by McGinty, revd., 512–13

John Brown’s War against Slavery, by McGlone, revd., 179–80

John F. Kennedy, by Rabe, revd., 857–58

Johns, Andrew L., Vietnam’s Second Front, revd., 859

Johnson, Benjamin H., coed., Bridging National Borders in North America, revd., 1095–96

Johnson, Bethany L., revs., 200–201

Johnson, Joan Marie, coed., South Carolina Women, revd., 823–24; revs., 822–23

Johnson, Kevin R., revs., 864–65

Johnson, Marilynn S., revs., 548–49

Johnson, Reinhard O., The Liberty Party, 1840–1848, revd., 178–79

Johnson, Sylvester, revs., 1099–100

Jolly, Kenneth S., revs., 569–70

Jolly Fellows, by Stott, revd., 813–14

Jonas, Manfred, revs., 855–56

Jones, Howard, Blue and Gray Diplomacy, revd., 514

Jones, Jacqueline, Saving Savannah, revd., 1128

Jones, James H., revs., 1098–99

Jones, Karen R., coauth., The American West, revd., 503

Jones, Maxine D., coauth., Education for Liberation, revd., 206–7

Jones, Patrick D., revs., 252–53

Jones, Thomas G, revs., 480–81

Jones, Thomas G., communication from, 924

Jones, William P., revs., 834–35

de Jong, Greta, Invisible Enemy, revd., 1182–83

Jorae, Wendy Rouse, The Children of Chinatown, revd., 527–28

Jordan, Ervin L., Jr., revs., 807–8

Jordan, Ryan P., revs., 148

Joseph, Peniel E., Dark Days, Bright Nights, revd., 861–62

Judge Richard S. Arnold, by Price, revd., 226

Jung, Patrick J., revs., 173

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Kahn, Matthew E., coauth., Heroes and Cowards, revd., 183–84

Kaliss, Gregory J., revs., 242

Kamensky, Jane, revs., 903–4

Kaminski, John P., revs., 166–67

Kammen, Michael, Digging Up the Dead, revd., 486

Kane, John, revs., 827–28

Kastor, Peter J., coed., Empires of the Imagination, revd., 1114–15

Katz, Michael B., revs., 1178–79

Kaufman, Ned, Place, Race, and Story, revd., 482–83

Kaufman, Paula T., coauth., Paradoxes of Prosperity, revd., 803

Kaufman, Polly Welts, revs., 268–69

Kean, Melissa, revs., 571–72

Keene, Jennifer D., revs., 1162

Keiner, Christine, The Oyster Question, revd., 839–40

Keire, Mara L., For Business and Pleasure, revd., 1153–54

Kelley, Blair L.M., revs., 752–56

Kelman, Ari Y., Station Identification, revd., 221

Kemper, Kurt Edward, College Football and American Culture in the Cold War Era, revd., 242; revs., 866–67

Kennedy, Cynthia M., revs., 786–87

Kennedy, Neil, revs., 1106–7

Kennedy, V. Lynn, Born Southern, revd., 801–2

Kennedy vs. Carter, by Stanley, revd., 878–79

Kenny, Kevin, Peaceable Kingdom Lost, revd., 155–56

Kercher, Stephen E., revs., 117–20

Kern, Susan, The Jeffersons at Shadwell, revd., 1110–11

Kiffmeyer, Thomas, revs., 262–63

Kimball, Warren F., coed., fdr’s World, revd., 561–62

Kimmage, Michael, revs., 874–75

Kinbacher, Kurt E., coed., Reconfigurations of Native North America, revd., 769–70

Kindsvatter, Peter S., revs., 1160–61

King of the Court, by Goudsouzian, revd., 1169–70

King of the Lobby, by Jacob, revd., 1136–37

Kingsbury, Celia Malone, For Home and Country, revd., 1147–48

Kirsch, George B., communication from, 921

Kirschmann, Anne, revs., 578–79

Kitamura, Hiroshi, revs., 225–26

Klapper, Melissa, “‘Those by Whose Side We Have Labored’: American Jewish Women and the Peace Movement between the Wars,” 636–58

Klehr, Harvey, coauth., Spies, revd., 564

Klein, Christina, revs., 282–84

Kleinerman, Benjamin A., The Discretionary President, revd., 488–89

Kleinman, Daniel Lee, revs., 560–61

Klepp, Susan E., Revolutionary Conceptions, revd., 791–92

Klimke, Martin, The Other Alliance, revd., 872

Klooster, Wim, Revolutions in the Atlantic World, revd., 167–68

Kluchin, Rebecca M., revs., 881–82

K’Meyer, Tracy E., Civil Rights in the Gateway to the South, revd., 254–55; revs., 1182–83

Knight, Frederick C., Working the Diaspora, revd., 782–83

Knights of the Razor, by Bristol, revd., 528–29

Know Your Enemy, by Engerman, revd., 1174–75

Kohn, Shira, revs., 291–92

Kolchin, Peter, revs., 141–42

Koppes, Clayton R., revs., 587–88

Kornbluh, Felicia, “Disability, Antiprofessionalism, and Civil Rights: The National Federation of the Blind and the ‘Right to Organize’ in the 1950s,” 1023–47; revs., 880–81

Koschnik, Albrecht, revs., 158–59

Koslow, Jennifer Lisa, Cultivating Health, revd., 213–14; revs., 465–66

Krabbendam, Hans, Freedom on the Horizon, revd., 528

Kraft, James P., Vegas at Odds, revd., 873–74

Kramer, Michael J., revs., 1102

Krammer, Arnold, revs., 550

Kraut, Alan M., revs., 214–15

Krauthamer, Barbara, revs., 171–72

Kugel, Rebecca, revs., 781

Kukla, Jon, revs., 498

Kurashige, Lon, revs., 266–67

Kusmer, Kenneth L., coed., African American Urban History since World War II, revd., 260–61

Kutulas, Judy, “‘That’s the Way I’ve Always Heard It Should Be’: Baby Boomers, 1970s Singer-Songwriters, and Romantic Relationships,” 682–702

Kuzmarov, Jeremy, The Myth of the Addicted Army, revd., 577–78

Kyvig, David E., The Age of Impeachment, revd., 271–72

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LaCroix, Alison L., The Ideological Origins of American Federalism, revd., 788–89

Land of Necessity, ed. by McCrossen, revd., 471–72

Landers, Jane G., Atlantic Creoles in the Age of Revolutions, revd., 790

Lands, LeeAnn, The Culture of Property, revd., 541–42

Lang, Clarence, Grassroots at the Gateway, revd., 569–70

Langdon, Jennifer E., Caught in the Crossfire, revd., 236–38

Lantzer, Jason S., “Prohibition Is Here to Stay,” revd., 220–21

Lappas, Thomas J., revs., 491

Larson, John Lauritz, The Market Revolution in America, revd., 500–501

Lassiter, Matthew D., coed., The Myth of Southern Exceptionalism, revd., 768–69

Last Call, by Okrent, revd., 1155

Law and Society in the South, by Wertheimer, revd., 531

Lawson, Steven F., revs., 479–80

Lears, Jackson, Rebirth of a Nation, revd., 143–45

Leavelle, Tracy Neal, revs., 769–70

Leavitt, Judith Walzer, Make Room for Daddy, revd., 270

LeCain, Timothy J., Mass Destruction, revd., 534–35; revs., 535

Lee, Jean B., revs., 180–81

Leeman, William P., The Long Road to Annapolis, revd., 1120–21

Leffler, Melvyn P., revs., 240–41

Leffler, Phyllis K., revs., 740–46

Lehman, Christopher P., revs., 851

Leidholdt, Alexander S., Battling Nell, revd., 543–44

Lemire, Elise, Black Walden, revd., 172–73

Lentz-Smith, Adriane, Freedom Struggles, revd., 832–33

The Leo Frank Case of 1913–1915, movie, revd., 285–87

Lester, Paul Martin, On Floods and Photo Ops, revd., 842–43

Levenstein, Lisa, A Movement without Marches, revd., 228–29; revs., 523

Lévesque, George A., revs., 172–73

Levin, Joanna, Bohemia in America, 1858–1920, revd., 821–22

Levy, Barry, Town Born, revd., 785; revs., 784–85

Lewis, David Rich, revs., 551–52

Lewis, Felice Flanery, Trailing Clouds of Glory, revd., 804–5

Lewis Hine as Social Critic, by Sampsell-Willmann, revd., 547–48

Lewthwaite, Stephanie, Race, Place, and Reform in Mexican Los Angeles, revd., 465–66

The Liberty Bell, by Nash, revd., 1101

The Liberty Party, 1840–1848, by Johnson, revd., 178–79

Licentious Gotham, by Dennis, revd., 197–98

Life Flows On in Endless Song, by Wells, revd., 1102

Lift Every Voice, by Sullivan, revd., 145–47

The Lincoln Assassination, ed. by Edwards and Steers, revd., 186–87

Lincoln’s Political Generals, by Work, revd., 185–86

Lindman, Janet Moore, revs., 777–78

Ling, Huping, ed., Asian America, revd., 266–67

Link, William A., revs., 770–71

Lippy, Charles H., revs., 588

Lipsitz, George, Midnight at the Barrelhouse, revd., 1157–58

The Literatures of the U.S.-Mexican War, by Rodríguez, revd., 1121–22

Little, Kimberly K., You Must Be from the North, revd., 255–56; revs., 267–68

Little, Thomas J., revs., 490–91

Little Rock, by Anderson, revd., 851–52

Littlefield, Valinda W., coed., South Carolina Women, revd., 823–24

Live All You Can, by Martin, revd., 814–15

Living the Revolution, by Guglielmo, revd., 1139

Loane, Nancy K., Following the Drum, revd., 162–63

Lockley, Timothy J., revs., 1128

Loewen, James W., communication from, 923–24

Loewen, James W., Teaching What Really Happened, revd., 480–81; revs., 481–82

Logevall, Fredrik, coauth., America’s Cold War, revd., 240–41; revs., 1174–75

Loiacono, Gabriel, revs., 191

Long, Alecia P., revs., 1129–30

Long, Mark Howard, revs., 131–35,

Long Is the Way and Hard, ed. by Verney and Sartain, revd., 836–37

The Long Road to Annapolis, by Leeman, revd., 1120–21

The Long Shadow of the Civil War, by Bynum, revd., 1130–31

Longaker, Mark Garrett, revs., 157–58

Longhurst, James, Citizen Environmentalist, revd., 1181

Lopes, Paul, Demanding Respect, revd., 231–32

Lord, Alexandra M., Condom Nation, revd., 1191

Lorenzo Dow Turner, by Wade-Lewis, revd., 202–3

The Lost Boys of Zeta Psi, by Wilkie, revd., 1148–49

Louis D. Brandeis, by Urofsky, revd., 841–42

Love of Freedom, by Adams and Pleck, revd., 495–96

Loveman, Brian, No Higher Law, revd., 1096–97

Loving, Jerome, Mark Twain, revd., 826–27

Lucier, Paul, Scientists and Swindlers, revd., 820–21

Luskey, Brian P., On the Make, revd., 798–99

Lynch-Brennan, Margaret, The Irish Bridget, revd., 198–99

Lyons, Clare A., revs., 791–92

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Macaulay, Alexander, Marching in Step, revd., 565–66

MacDonald, Meg Meneghel, revs., 290–91, 290–91

MacFarlane, Allison M., revs., 1162–63

Mackey, Thomas C., revs., 1153–54

Maddock, Shane J., Nuclear Apartheid, revd., 1175–76

Maeda, Daryl J., Chains of Babylon, revd., 576–77

Maffly-Kipp, Laurie F., Setting Down the Sacred Past, revd., 1132–33

Magra, Christopher P., The Fisherman’s Cause, revd., 161–62

Mahaffey, Jerome Dean, revs., 787–88

Maier, Charles S., coed., The Shock of the Global, revd., 1184–85

Main Street to Mainframes, by Flad and Griffen, revd., 227–28

Maizlish, Stephen E., revs., 178

Majewski, John, Modernizing a Slave Economy, revd., 182–83

Majid, Anouar, communication from, 922

Majid, Anouar, revs., 199–200

“Make It Yourself,” by Gordon, revd., 523–25

Make Room for Daddy, by Leavitt, revd., 270

Making a Non-white America, by Varzally, revd., 211–12

Making a Way out of No Way, by Boehm, revd., 228–29

Making Capitalism Safe, by Rogers, revd., 840

Making Milwaukee Mightier, by McCarthy, revd., 218–20

Making the American Mouth, by Picard, revd., 235–36

Malka, Susan Gelfand, revs., 569

Malone, Christopher, Between Freedom and Bondage, revd., 178

Malone, Patrick M., Waterpower in Lowell, revd., 797–98

Maltz, Earl M., Slavery and the Supreme Court, 1825–1861, revd., 1119–20

Mammy, by Wallace-Sanders, revd., 1134

Manegold, C. S., Ten Hills Farm, revd., 783–84

Manela, Erez, coed., The Shock of the Global, revd., 1184–85

Mangun, Kimberley, A Force for Change, revd., 836

Manhood in the Age of Aquarius, by Hodgdon, revd., 257–59

Manning, Christopher, William L. Dawson and the Limits of Black Electoral Leadership, revd., 573–74

Mantler, Gordon K., revs., 256

Marable, Manning, Beyond Black and White, revd., 1192–93

Marching in Step, by Macaulay, revd., 565–66

Marietta, Jack D., revs., 511–12

Marin, Craig, revs., 494–95

Mark Twain, by Loving, revd., 826–27

The Market Revolution in America, by Larson, revd., 500–501

Maroukis, Thomas Constantine, The Peyote Road, revd., 888

Martin, Jay, Live All You Can, revd., 814–15

Martinez, Oscar J., revs., 210–11

Martini, Edwin Anton, III, revs., 858–59

Mary Chesnut’s Civil War Epic, by Stern, revd., 847–48

Mary Putnam Jacobi and the Politics of Medicine in Nineteenth-Century America, by Bittel, revd., 195–96

Mason, Carol, Reading Appalachia from Left to Right, revd., 575–76

Mason, Randall, The Once and Future New York, revd., 216–17

Mass Destruction, by LeCain, revd., 534–35

Mastering America: Southern Slaveholders and the Crisis of American Nationhood, by Bonner, revd., 180–81

Mathewes, Charles, coed., Prophesies of Godlessness, revd., 489–90

Matson, Cathy, revs., 161–62

Matthewson, Tim, revs., 790–91

Mattson, Kevin, “What the Heck Are You Up To Mr. President?,” revd., 876–77; revs., 557–58

Maunula, Marko, Guten Tag, Y’all, revd., 883–84

May, Elaine Tyler, “Security against Democracy: The Legacy of the Cold War at Home,” 939–57; America and the Pill, revd., 881–82

May, Lary L., revs., 765–66

McBee, Randy D., revs., 872–73

McBride, David, revs., 542–43

McCaffrey, James M., revs., 804–5

McCardell, John M., Jr., coed., In the Cause of Liberty, revd., 188–89

McCarthy, John M., Making Milwaukee Mightier, revd., 218–20

McCartin, James P., Prayers of the Faithful, revd., 889–90

McCartin, Joseph A., revs., 1092–93

McClurken, Jeffrey W., Take Care of the Living, revd., 520–21

McCoy, Alfred W., coed., Colonial Crucible, revd., 225–26

McCracken, Allison, revs., 208–9

McCrossen, Alexis, ed., Land of Necessity, revd., 471–72

McCurdy, John Gilbert, Citizen Bachelors, revd., 158–59; revs., 506–7

McCurry, Stephanie, Confederate Reckoning, revd., 763–64

McDaniel, W. Caleb, revs., 512–13

McDonald, Robert M. S., revs., 810

McDonald, Verlaine Stoner, The Red Corner, revd., 1152–53

McGinty, Brian, John Brown’s Trial, revd., 512–13

McGlone, Robert E., John Brown’s War against Slavery, revd., 179–80

McGreevy, Patrick, Stairway to Empire, revd., 174–75

McGuinness, Margaret M., revs., 889–90

McIlvenna, Noeleen, A Very Mutinous People, revd., 153–54

McKanna, Clare V., Jr., Court-Martial of Apache Kid, revd., 193–94

McKeown, Adam M., Melancholy Order, revd., 525–26

McKibben, Carol Lynn, revs., 1139

McKinney, Gordon, revs., 181–82

McKivigan, John R., revs., 510–11

McMahon, Robert J., Dean Acheson and the Creation of an American World Order, revd., 243

McMillian, John, revs., 574

McNair, Glenn, Criminal Injustice, revd., 511–12

McShane, Clay, revs., 555

Meacham, Sarah Hand, Every Home a Distillery, revd., 156

Meagher, Timothy J., revs., 566–67

Mean Streets, by Diamond, revd., 260

Mears, Tanya, revs., 154–55

Melancholy Order, by McKeown, revd., 525–26

Melish, Joanne Pope, revs., 783–84

Memphis and the Paradox of Place, by Rushing, revd., 267–68

Menard, Russell R., revs., 1107

Mentzer, Melissa, revs., 847–48

Merrill, Dennis, Negotiating Paradise, revd., 1163–64

Mertz, Paul E., revs., 206–7

Merwick, Donna, revs., 780

Meyer, Carrie A., revs., 504–5

Meyers, Cynthia, revs., 221

Micale, Mark S., Hysterical Men, revd., 149–50

Middleton, Simon, coed., Class Matters, revd., 494–95

Midnight at the Barrelhouse, by Lipsitz, revd., 1157–58

Migliazzo, Arlin C., revs., 823–24

Migration and the Transformation of the Southern Workplace since 1945, ed. by Cassanello and Davis, revd., 882–83

Milam, Ron, Not a Gentleman’s War, revd., 246

Miles, Tiya, revs., 760–61

Miletsky, Zebulon, revs., 852–53

Milkis, Sidney M., Theodore Roosevelt, the Progressive Party, and the Transformation of American Democracy, revd., 828–29

Miller, Brian Craig, revs., 520–21

Miller, Eric, Hope in a Scattering Time, revd., 877–78

Miller, James A., Remembering Scottsboro, revd., 205–6

Miller, Karen, revs., 869–70

Miller, Karl Hagstrom, revs., 1157–58

Miller, Keith D., revs., 203–4

Miller, Steven P., Billy Graham and the Rise of the Republican South, revd., 264–65

Milne, David, America’s Rasputin, revd., 858–59

van Minnen, Cornelis A., coed., Political Repression in U.S. History, revd., 773–74

“Minnesota’s Greatest Generation,”” exhibition, revd., 757–59

Mirel, Jeffrey E., Patriotic Pluralism, revd., 1140

Mirra, Carl, The Admirable Radical, revd., 855

Miskolcze, Robin, revs., 1134–35

Mr. Jefferson and the Giant Moose, by Dugatkin, revd., 502–3

Moats, Sandra, Celebrating the Republic, revd., 793–94

The Modern Period, by Freidenfelds, revd., 232–33

Modernizing a Slave Economy, by Majewski, revd., 182–83

Mom, by Plant, revd., 1166–67

Monahan, Evelyn M., coauth., A Few Good Women, revd., 885–86

Monroe, Dan, revs., 1117–18

Monti, Daniel J., Jr., revs., 1150

Montpelier, exhibition, revd., 740–46

Montrie, Chad, revs., 1181

Moore, Jacqueline M., Cow Boys and Cattle Men, revd., 521–22

Moran, Rachel Louise, “Consuming Relief: Food Stamps and the New Welfare of the New Deal,” 1001–1022

Morantz-Sanchez, Regina, revs., 149–50

More Perfect Unions, by Davis, revd., 882

Morgan, Bill, The Typewriter Is Holy, revd., 1169

Morgan, Hani, revs., 238

Morgan, Philip, ed., African American Life in the Georgia Lowcountry, revd., 1107

Morgan, Ted, Valley of Death, revd., 856–57

Morrison, Dane A., revs., 900–903

Morrison, Jeffry H., coed., The Forgotten Founders on Religion and Public Life, revd., 787–88

Moses of South Carolina, by Ginsberg, revd., 1128–29

Moskowitz, Marina, revs., 1145–46

Mosquito Soldiers, by Bell, revd., 808–9

Moss, Hilary J., Schooling Citizens, revd., 802–3; revs., 495–96

The Most Dangerous Man in America, movie, revd., 277–79

Motives of Honor, Pleasure, and Profit, by Walsh, revd., 784–85

Mott, Shani, revs., 771–72

Mountcastle, Clay, Punitive War, revd., 516–17

A Movement without Marches, by Levenstein, revd., 228–29

Moving Subjects, ed. by Ballantyne and Burton, revd., 151–52

Moye, J. Todd, Freedom Flyers, revd., 1161; revs., 1177

Muhammad, Khalil Gibran, The Condemnation of Blackness, revd., 834–35

The Munsee Indians, by Grumet, revd., 780

Murphy, Kevin P., revs., 757–59

Murray, Gail S., revs., 157

Murray, John E., coed., Children Bound to Labor, revd., 157; revs., 840

The Museum at Bethel Woods, exhibition, revd., 127–31

Museum of the City of New York, Web site, revd., 289–90

The Music Has Gone out of the Movement, by Carter, revd., 256

My Lai, movie, revd., 909–11

Myers, Barton A., Executing Daniel Bright, revd., 515–16; revs., 516–17

Myers, Peter C., Frederick Douglass, revd., 510–11

Myers, Phillip E., revs., 514

The Myth of Southern Exceptionalism, ed. by Lassiter and Crespino, revd., 768–69

The Myth of the Addicted Army, by Kuzmarov, revd., 577–78

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Nagy, John A., Invisible Ink, revd., 1111

Nance, Susan, How the Arabian Nights Inspired the American Dream, 1790–1935, revd., 555–56

Nash, Gary B., The Liberty Bell, revd., 1101

Nash, George H., Reappraising the Right, revd., 585–86

A Nation of Speechifiers, by Eastman, revd., 499

A Nation of Women, by Fur, revd., 781

National Constitution Center, Web site, revd., 1195

The National Parks, movie, revd., 892–96

The Nation’s Largest Landlord, by Skillen, revd., 263–64

The Nature Study Movement, by Armitage, revd., 551

Nature’s Ghosts, by Barrow, revd., 196–97

Naylor, Celia E., African Cherokees in Indian Territory, revd., 176–77

Neely, Mark E., Jr., revs., 514–15

Neem, Johann N., revs., 147–48

Negotiating in the Press, by Hayden, revd., 829–30

Negotiating Paradise, by Merrill, revd., 1163–64

Neidel-Greenlee, Rosemary, coauth., A Few Good Women, revd., 885–86

Neither Fugitive nor Free, by Wong, revd., 177

Nelson, Dana D., revs., 271–72

Nelson, Keith L., revs., 859

Neoconservatism, by Vaïsse, trans. Goldhammer, revd., 874–75

Networks of Empire, by Scott-Smith, revd., 249–50

The New Black Gods, ed. by Curtis and Sigler, revd., 203–4

New Orleans after the Civil War, by Nystrom, revd., 1129–30

New Orleans Style and the Writing of American Jazz History, by Raeburn, revd., 1144–45

The New Shape of World Christianity, by Noll, revd., 265–66

New York Undercover, by Fronc, revd., 548–49

Newby, Richard, communication from, 600–601

Newlyweds on Tour, by Penner, revd., 195

Newman, Kathy M., revs., 907–9

Newman, Louise Michele, revs., 799

Newman, Mark, revs., 1198–99

Nichols, Christopher McKnight, coed., Prophesies of Godlessness, revd., 489–90

Nielsen, Kim E., Beyond the Miracle Worker, revd., 1135–36

No Higher Law, by Loveman, revd., 1096–97

No Sense of Decency, by Shogan, revd., 241–42

Nobles, Gregory, revs., 493–94

Noe, Kenneth W., Reluctant Rebels, revd., 1125–26; revs., 1124–25

Noll, Mark A., The New Shape of World Christianity, revd., 265–66; God and Race in American Politics, revd., 1099–100

Nord, David Paul, coed., A History of the Book in America, vol. 5, revd., 1158–59

Norris, Jim, revs., 1164–65

“The Northern United States and the Genesis of Racial Lynching: The Lynching of African Americans in the Civil War Era,” by Michael J. Pfeifer, 621–35

Northern Visions of Race, Region, and Reform in the Press and Letters of Freedmen and Freedmen’s Teachers in the Civil War, Web site, revd., 915–16

Northerners at War, by Gallman, revd., 1126

Norton, David J., Rebellious Younger Brother, revd., 159–60

Norwood, Stephen H., The Third Reich in the Ivory Tower, revd., 236

Not a Gentleman’s War, by Milam, revd., 246

Not Fit for Our Society, by Schrag, revd., 1097–98

Not in My Neighborhood, by Pietila, revd., 1176

Notes from the Ground, by Cohen, revd., 504–5

A Novel Marketplace, by Brier, revd., 844–45

Now Is the Time!, by Shaw, revd., 869–70

Nucciarone, Monica, Alexander Cartwright, revd., 814–15

Nuclear Apartheid, by Maddock, revd., 1175–76

Nugent, Walter, Habits of Empire, revd., 1089–90

Nuwer, Deanne, revs., 808–9

Van Nuys, Frank, revs., 1140

Nystrom, Justin A., New Orleans after the Civil War, revd., 1129–30

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O’Donnell, Catherine, revs., 499

Officer, Lawrence H., revs., 272–73

Officer, Nurse, Woman, by Vuic, revd., 569

Ogawa, Dennis M., revs., 559–60

Okrent, Daniel, Last Call, revd., 1155

Old South, New South, or Down South?, ed. by Winsboro, revd., 864

Olde Mill House Gallery and Printing Museum, exhibition, revd.,

Olde Mill House Gallery and Printing Museum, exhibition, revd., 120–23

Olsson, Jan, Los Angeles before Hollywood, revd., 212–13

On Floods and Photo Ops, by Lester, revd., 842–43

On Hallowed Ground, by Poole, revd., 1100–101

On the Ground, by Orenic, revd., 227

On the Irish Waterfront: The Crusader, the Movie, and the Soul of the Port of New York, by Fisher, revd., 545–46

On the Make, by Luskey, revd., 798–99

The Once and Future New York, by Mason, revd., 216–17

Ondaatje, Michael L., Black Conservative Intellectuals in Modern America, revd., 888–89

O’Neil, Patrick W., revs., 195

O’Neill, William L., A Bubble in Time, revd., 584–85

Opal, J. M., Beyond the Farm, revd., 796–97

Opatrny, Josef, revs., 886–87

Open Wound, by Evans, revd., 150–51

Operé, Fernando, revs., 192

O’Reilly, Kenneth, revs., 556–57

Orenic, Liesl Miller, On the Ground, revd., 227

Organization of American Historians, editor’s report to, 595–99

Original Sin and Everyday Protestants, by Finstuen, revd., 853–54

Ortiz, Stephen R., Beyond the Bonus March and G.I. Bill, revd., 837–38

Oshinsky, David M., Capital Punishment on Trial, revd., 1187–88

Osselaer, Heidi J., Winning Their Place, revd., 210

Ostler, Jeffrey, revs., 1090–92

O’Sullivan, Christopher D., Sumner Welles, Postwar Planning, and the Quest for a New World Order, 1937–1943, revd., 562–64

Osur, Alan M., revs., 1161

The Other Alliance, by Klimke, revd., 872

The Other Loyalists, ed. by Tiedemann, revd., 160–61

Our Lincoln, ed. by Foner, revd., 1127

Out of the Attic, by Greenfield, revd., 1145–46

“Out of the Revolution, into the Mainstream: Employment Activism in the now Sears Campaign and the Growing Pains of Liberal Feminism,” by Katherine Turk, 398–423

An Outsider in the White House, by Glad, revd., 1185

The Oyster Question, by Keiner, revd., 839–40

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The Pacific, movie, revd., 897–900

Packing the Court, by Burns, revd., 1103–4

Pacyga, Dominic A., Chicago, revd., 532

Painter, Nell Irvin, The History of White People, revd., 474–75

Palermo, Joseph A., revs., 871–72

Paradoxes of Prosperity, by Ratner, Kaufman, and Teeter, revd., 803

Parker, Alison M., Articulating Rights, revd., 799

Parker, Christopher S., Fighting for Democracy, revd., 1162

Partly Colored, by Bow, revd., 1142–43

The Passage to Cosmos, by Walls, revd., 170–71

Paths to Freedom, ed. by Brana-Shute and Sparks, revd., 490–91

Patriotic Pluralism, by Mirel, revd., 1140

Patterson, David S., The Search for Negotiated Peace, revd., 549

Patterson, James T., Freedom Is Not Enough, revd., 1178–79

Pawel, Miriam, The Union of Their Dreams, revd., 469–71

Paying the Toll, by Dyble, revd., 555

Peaceable Kingdom Lost, by Kenny, revd., 155–56

Pearson, Susan J., revs., 143–45

Pegler-Gordon, Anna, In Sight of America, revd., 546–47

Pells, Richard H., revs., 877–78

Penna, Anthony N., coed., Remaking Boston, revd., 496–97

Penner, Barbara, Newlyweds on Tour, revd., 195

Percoco, James, revs., 1100–101

Perdue, Theda, Race and the Atlanta Cotton States Exposition of 1895, revd., 824–25

Perkins, Edwin J., revs., 1112–13

Perman, Michael, Pursuit of Unity, revd., 770–71

Perspectives on Milwaukee’s Past, ed. by Anderson and Greene, revd., 218–20

Petrik, Paula, revs., 590–91

The Peyote Road, by Maroukis, revd., 888

Pfeifer, Michael J., “The Northern United States and the Genesis of Racial Lynching: The Lynching of African Americans in the Civil War Era,” 621–35

Pfister, Joel, The Yale Indian, revd., 217–18

Philyaw, L. Scott, revs., 153–54

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Photographer to the World, Detroit Publishing Company, Web site, revd., 1198–99

Picard, Alyssa, Making the American Mouth, revd., 235–36

Picture This, ed. by James, revd., 831–32

Picturing Medical Progress from Pasteur to Polio, by Hansen, revd., 215–16

Piehler, G. Kurt, revs., 246–48

Pierce, Michael, Striking with the Ballot, revd., 819

Pietila, Antero, Not in My Neighborhood, revd., 1176

Pitre, Merline, revs., 1177–78

Pivotal Decade, by Stein, revd., 1092–93

Place, Race, and Story, by Kaufman, revd., 482–83

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Playboy and the Making of the Good Life in Modern America, by Fraterrigo, revd., 581–82

Pleck, Elizabeth H., coauth., Love of Freedom, revd., 495–96

Points on the Dial, by Russo, revd., 1156

Political Repression in U.S. History, ed. by van Minnen and Hilton, revd., 773–74

The Political Worlds of Slavery and Freedom, by Hahn, revd., 142–43

Politics and America in Crisis, by Green, revd., 805–6

Pommersheim, Frank, Broken Landscape, revd., 887

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Power for the Parkinsons, movie, revd., 906

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Prayers of the Faithful, by McCartin, revd., 889–90

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Prescott, Heather Munro, revs., 232–33

President of the Other America, by Schmitt, revd., 871–72

The Presidential Elections, 1860–1912, Web site, revd., 288–89

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Price, Polly J., Judge Richard S. Arnold, revd., 226

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Princess Noire, by Cohodas, revd., 870–71

“Prohibition Is Here to Stay,” by Lantzer, revd., 220–21

Property Rites, by Smith-Pryor, revd., 205

Prophesies of Godlessness, ed. by Mathewes and Nichols, revd., 489–90

Prospero’s America, by Woodward, revd., 778–79

Przybyszewski, Linda, revs., 1186–87

“The Psychedelic Experience,”” exhibition, revd., 123–27

Psychology and Selfhood in the Segregated South, by Rose, revd., 200–201

The Publisher, by Brinkley, revd., 1167

The Pueblo Revolt and the Mythology of Conquest, by Wilcox, revd., 491–92

Pullman Porters, exhibition, revd., 117–20

Punitive War, by Mountcastle, revd., 516–17

Purcell, Aaron D., White Collar Radicals, revd., 556–57

Purcell, Edward A., Jr., revs., 841–42

Purnell, Brian, revs., 736–40

Pursuit of an “Unparalleled Opportunity,” by Steuer, revd., 550

Pursuit of Unity, by Perman, revd., 770–71

Pustz, Jennifer, Voices from the Back Stairs, revd., 890–91

“Putting History Teaching ‘In Its Place’,” by Keith Erekson, 1067–78

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The Quest for “Just and Pure Law,” by Enyeart, revd., 1150–51

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Race, Place, and Reform in Mexican Los Angeles, by Lewthwaite, revd., 465–66

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Race and the Atlanta Cotton States Exposition of 1895, by Perdue, revd., 824–25

Racial Integration in Corporate America, 1940–1990, by Delton, revd., 579–80

Racially Writing the Republic, ed. by Baum and Harris, revd., 771–72

Radical Ambition, by Geary, revd., 261–62

Radosh, Allis, coauth., A Safe Haven, revd., 239–40

Radosh, Ronald, coauth., A Safe Haven, revd., 239–40

Raeburn, Bruce Boyd, New Orleans Style and the Writing of American Jazz History, revd., 1144–45

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Ramold, Steven J., Baring the Iron Hand, revd., 809–10

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Randall, Catharine, From a Far Country, revd., 779–80

Rao, Gautham, revs., 500–501

Raphael, Ray, Founders, revd., 164–65

Raskin, Jonah, revs., 1169

Ratner, Lorman A., coauth., Paradoxes of Prosperity, revd., 803

Reading Appalachia from Left to Right, by Mason, revd., 575–76

Real Phonies, by Cheever, revd., 1190–91

Realigning America, by Williams, revd., 538–39

Reappraising the Right, by Nash, revd., 585–86

Rebellious Younger Brother, by Norton, revd., 159–60

Rebirth of a Nation, by Lears, revd., 143–45

Reconfigurations of Native North America, ed. by Wunder and Kinbacher, revd., 769–70

Reconstituting Whiteness, by Irons, revd., 865–66

The Red Corner, by McDonald, revd., 1152–53

“‘Red Cross, Double Cross’: Race and America’s World War II–Era Blood Donor Service,” by Thomas A. Guglielmo, 63–90

Rees, Jonathan H., Representation and Rebellion, revd., 1149–50; revs., 838–39

Refiguring Mass Communication, by Simonson, revd., 774–75

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The Reign of Terror in America, by Cleves, revd., 168–69

Reis, Elizabeth, Bodies in Doubt, revd., 1098–99

Religion, Culture, and Politics in the Twentieth-Century United States, by Hulsether, revd., 588

Reluctant Rebels, by Noe, revd., 1125–26

Remaking Boston, ed. by Penna and Wright, revd., 496–97

Remaking the Presidency, by Arnold, revd., 539–40

Remembering and Forgetting in Acadie, by Rudin, revd., 484–85

“Remembering Dinah Nevil: Strategic Deceptions in Eighteenth-Century Antislavery,” by Kirsten Sword, 315–43

Remembering Scottsboro, by Miller, revd., 205–6

Representation and Rebellion, by Rees, revd., 1149–50

Resch, John, revs., 1111

Restless Giant, by Biszick-Lockwood, revd., 1156–57

Reverby, Susan M., Examining Tuskegee, revd., 542–43

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Revolutionary Negotiations, by Sadosky, revd., 1113–14

Revolutions in the Atlantic World, by Klooster, revd., 167–68

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Richardson, Heather Cox, Wounded Knee, revd., 1090–92

Richardson, Joe M., coauth., Education for Liberation, revd., 206–7

Ridgway, Whitman H., revs., 1196–97

Rieger, Bernhard, “From People’s Car to New Beetle: The Transatlantic Journeys of the Volkswagen Beetle,” 91–115

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The Rise and Fall of Modern American Conservatism, by Farber, revd., 1093–95

The Rise of the Conservative Legal Movement, by Teles, revd., 1186–87

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The Road to Yucca Mountain, by Walker, revd., 1162–63

Roberts, Samuel Kelton, Jr., Infectious Fear, revd., 204–5

Roberts, Timothy Mason, Distant Revolutions, revd., 1122–23

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Robinson, Greg, A Tragedy of Democracy, revd., 560

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Roediger, David R., How Race Survived U.S. History, revd., 1102–3

“Roger B. Taney and the Slavery Issue: Looking beyond—and before—Dred Scott,” by Timothy Huebner, 17–38

Rogers, Alan, revs., 1187–88

Rogers, Donald W., Making Capitalism Safe, revd., 840

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Rohrer, S. Scott, Wandering Souls, revd., 1116–17

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The Romance of China, by Haddad, revd., 507–9

Rome Reborn on Western Shores, by Shalev, revd., 789

Rondinone, Troy, The Great Industrial War, revd., 1151–52

Ronnick, Michele Valerie, revs., 789

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Rosier, Paul C., Serving Their Country, revd., 580–81

Rosomoff, Richard Nicholas, coauth., In the Shadow of Slavery, revd., 1104–5

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Rosswurm, Steve, The fbi and the Catholic Church, 1935–1962, revd., 567–68

Roth, Randolph, American Homicide, revd., 485–86

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Running Commentary, by Balint, revd., 875–76

Rushing, Wanda, Memphis and the Paradox of Place, revd., 267–68; revs., 883–84

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Same Time, Same Station, by Baughman, revd., 845–46

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Sampsell-Willmann, Kate, Lewis Hine as Social Critic, revd., 547–48

“Samuel Gridley Howe, the Black Population of Canada West, and the Racial Ideology of the ‘Blueprint for Radical Reconstruction’,” by Matthew Furrow, 344–70

Samuels, David, revs., 552–53

Sandow, Robert M., Deserter Country, revd., 518–19

Sanjek, Roger, Gray Panthers, revd., 269–70

Sargent, Daniel J., coed., The Shock of the Global, revd., 1184–85

Sarris, Jonathan Dean, revs., 517–18

Sartain, Lee, coed., Long Is the Way and Hard, revd., 836–37

A Savage Conflict, by Sutherland, revd., 517–18

Saving Savannah, by Jones, revd., 1128

Savran, David, Highbrow/Lowdown, revd., 844

Saxton, Martha, revs., 803

Scarano, Francisco A., coed., Colonial Crucible, revd., 225–26

Scatamacchia, Cristina, revs., 855

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Schmitt, Edward R., President of the Other America, revd., 871–72

Schmitz, David F., revs., 1185

Schoen, Brian, The Fragile Fabric of Union, revd., 513–14

“The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and the History Classroom,” by Scott E. Casper, 1048–49

Schooling Citizens, by Moss, revd., 802–3

Schoultz, Lars, That Infernal Little Cuban Republic, revd., 243–44

Schrag, Peter, Not Fit for Our Society, revd., 1097–98

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Schwab, Stephen Irving Max, Guantánamo, usa, revd., 886–87

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Schweitzer, Marlis, When Broadway Was the Runway, revd., 209–10; revs., 844

Science, Sexuality, and Race in the United States and Australia, 1780s–1890s, by Smithers, revd., 530–31

Science on the Home Front, by Jack, revd., 560–61

Scientists and Swindlers, by Lucier, revd., 820–21

Scot-Smith, Giles, communication from, 922–23

Scott-Smith, Giles, Networks of Empire, revd., 249–50

Scroop, Daniel, revs., 774

The Search for Negotiated Peace, by Patterson, revd., 549

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The Second Creek War, by Ellisor, revd., 1123–24

The Secret War in El Paso, by Harris and Sadler, revd., 210–11

“Security against Democracy: The Legacy of the Cold War at Home,” by Elaine Tyler May, 939–57

Seeman, Erik R., Death in the New World, revd., 1105–6

Sellers, Mortimer, revs., 1195

Selling Sounds, by Suisman, revd., 222–23

Seneca Possessed, by Dennis, revd., 1117

SenGupta, Gunja, From Slavery to Poverty, revd., 191

Sepinwall, Alyssa, revs., 167–68

Serving Their Country, by Rosier, revd., 580–81

Setting Down the Sacred Past, by Maffly-Kipp, revd., 1132–33

Settler Sovereignty, by Ford, revd., 794–95

Seven Generations of Iroquois Leadership, by Hauptman, revd., 497–98

Shalev, Eran, Rome Reborn on Western Shores, revd., 789

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The Shock of the Global, ed. by Ferguson, Maier, Manela, and Sargent, revd., 1184–85

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Sigler, Danielle Brune, coed., The New Black Gods, revd., 203–4

Signs of the Times, by Abel, revd., 851

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Simon, Bryant, Everything but the Coffee, revd., 884–85

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Simonson, Peter, Refiguring Mass Communication, revd., 774–75

Sipress, Joel M., “The End of the History Survey Course: The Rise and Fall of the Coverage Model,” 1050–66

Sister States, Enemy States, ed. by Dollar, Whiteaker, and Dickinson, revd., 184–85

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Skillen, James R., The Nation’s Largest Landlord, revd., 263–64

Sklaroff, Lauren Rebecca, revs., 832–33

Slavery and the Supreme Court, 1825–1861, by Maltz, revd., 1119–20

Slavery’s Constitution, by Waldstreicher, revd., 166

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Sleeper-Smith, Susan, ed., Contesting Knowledge, revd., 483–84

Slonecker, Blake, revs., 256–57

Slumming, by Heap, revd., 208–9

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Smolenski, John, Friends and Strangers, revd., 1109–10

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“Smuggling, Globalization, and America’s Outward State, 1870–1909,” by Andrew Wender Cohen, 370–98

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So Great a Proffit, by Fichter, revd., 1112–13

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Sound Diplomacy, by Gienow-Hecht, revd., 223–24

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South Carolina Women, ed. by Spruill, Littlefield, and Johnson, revd., 823–24

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Sparrow, Bartholomew, revs., 1089–90

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Stairway to Empire, by McGreevy, revd., 174–75

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Starr, Kevin, Golden Dreams, revd., 568–69

Station Identification, by Kelman, revd., 221

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Stecopoulos, Harilaos, revs., 1158–59

Steers, Edward, Jr., coed., The Lincoln Assassination, revd., 186–87

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Stern, Julia A., Mary Chesnut’s Civil War Epic, revd., 847–48

Sterne, Jonathan, revs., 261–62

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Stradling, David, revs., 551

The Straight State, by Canaday, revd., 233–34

Strait Talk, by Tucker, revd., 266

Strange Days Indeed, by Wheen, revd., 876

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Stremlau, Rose, revs., 818–19

Striking with the Ballot, by Pierce, revd., 819

Studio One Anthology, movie, revd., 907–9

Sugrue, Thomas J., Sweet Land of Liberty, revd., 766–67

“Suicide, Slavery, and Memory in North America,” by Terri L. Snyder, 39–62

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Sutherland, Daniel E., A Savage Conflict, revd., 517–18

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Teles, Steven M., The Rise of the Conservative Legal Movement, revd., 1186–87

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Thaggert, Miriam, revs., 1134

That Infernal Little Cuban Republic, by Schoultz, revd., 243–44

“‘That’s the Way I’ve Always Heard It Should Be’: Baby Boomers, 1970s Singer-Songwriters, and Romantic Relationships,” by Judy Kutulas, 682–702

Theodore Roosevelt, the Progressive Party, and the Transformation of American Democracy, by Milkis, revd., 828–29

Theodore Roosevelt’s Naval Diplomacy, by Hendrix, revd., 536–37

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The Third Reich in the Ivory Tower, by Norwood, revd., 236

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’Til Death or Distance Do Us Part, by Foster, revd., 529–30

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To Serve the Living, by Smith, revd., 835

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Topp, Michael M., communication from, 601

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Trailing Clouds of Glory, by Lewis, revd., 804–5

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Tuchinsky, Adam, Horace Greeley’s New-York Tribune, revd., 810–11

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Turk, Katherine, “Out of the Revolution, into the Mainstream: Employment Activism in the now Sears Campaign and the Growing Pains of Liberal Feminism,” 398–423

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U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Public Affairs, Web site, revd., 592–93

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Uncommon Defense, by Hall, revd., 173

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