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Psychological Warfare in Vietnam

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 165-179

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Whose History? Whose Voice? Myth and Resistance in the Rise of the New Left in Mexico

Vol.8,
No.1,
(1993),
pp 96-116

Whose History? Whose Voice? Myth and Resistance in the Rise of the New Left in Mexico James H. McDonald University of...

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Disciplinary Evolution and Scholarly Expansion: Legal History in the United States

by Stephen Sheppard, Michael H. Hoeflich,
Vol.54,
(2006),
pp 23-

The study and teaching of legal history has flourished in the last few decades in the United States. This progression...

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What Oaths Meant to the Framers’ Generation: A Preliminary Sketch

Vol.2009,
(2009),
pp 273-

To the Framers’ generation, oaths of office were understood as commitments, both public and personal, which...

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Brief Historiography of Chicano Community Studies

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The Communication Conundrum: What Is the Message? Who Is Listening?

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 151-163

The Communication Conundrum:What Is the Message?Who Is Listening? Barbara Franco Presenting history to the public is a...

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Lost in the Fun House: A Commentary on Anthropologists' First Contact with History Museums

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 137-150

Lost in the Fun House: A Commentary on Anthropologists' First Contact with History Museums Cary Carson Times are...

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The Authority of Documents at Some American History Museums

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 119-136

The Authority of Documents at Some American History Museums Eric Gable and Richard Handler It is widely accepted among...

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How Brown Changed Race Relations: The Backlash Thesis

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 81-118

How Brown Changed Race Relations: The Backlash Thesis Michael J. Klarman Constitutional lawyers and historians...

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"It Was a Proud Day": African Americans, Festivals, and Parades in the North, 1741-1834

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 13-50

"It Was a Proud Day": African Americans, Festivals, and Parades in the North, 1741-1834 Shane White Dawn, in...

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Down to Earth: Nature, Agency, and Power in History

Vol.107,
No.3,
(2002),
pp 798-820

Forum Essay Down to Earth: Nature, Agency, and Power in History TED STEINBERG Two YEARS AGO, David Oshinsky, writing in...

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"Modernism Gone Mad": Sex Education Comes to Chicago, 1913

Vol.83,
No.2,
(1996),
pp 481-513

"Modernism Gone Mad": Sex Education Comes to Chicago, 1913 Jeffrey P. Moran "Certainly, it is important...

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No Diplomatic Immunity: African Diplomats, the State Department, and Civil Rights, 1961-1964

Vol.87,
No.2,
(2000),
pp 546-579

No Di~lomatic Immunity: ~frica; Diplomats, the &ate ~e~artment, and Civil Rights, 1961-1964 Renee Romano On July 10...

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From Famine to Five Points: Lord Lansdowne's Irish Tenants Encounter North America's Most Notorious Slum

Vol.107,
No.2,
(2002),
pp 351-387

From Famine to Five Points: Lord Lansdowne's Irish Tenants Encounter North America's Most Notorious Slum TYLER...

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The United States and "Psychological Warfare" in Italy, 1948-1955

Vol.87,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 1304-1334

The United States and "Psychological Warfare" in Italy, 1948-1955 Mario Del Pero This article examines the...

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"Speaking of Annihilation": Mobilizing for War Against Human and Insect Enemies, 1914-1945

Vol.82,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 1505-1529

"Speaking of Annihilation": Mobilizing for War against Human and Insect Enemies, 1914-1945 Edrnund P. Russell...

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Massive Resistance in the Urban North: Trumbull Park, Chicago, 1953-1966

Vol.82,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 522-550

Massive Resistance in the Urban North: Trumbull Park, Chicago, 1953-1966Arnold R.Hirsch On the evening of August 5, 195...

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From Slaves, Convicts, and Servants to Free Passengers: The Transformation of Immigration in the Era of the American Revolution

Vol.85,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 43-76

Prom Slaves, Convicts, and Servants to Free Passengers: The Transformation of Immigration in the Era of the American...

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Whatever Happened to "Red Emma"? Emma Goldman, from Alien Rebel to American Icon

Vol.83,
No.3,
(1996),
pp 903-942

Whatever Happened to "Red Emma"? Emma Goldman, from Alien Rebel to American Icon Ot Frankel Over the past...

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Mobilizing Women, Anticipating Abolition: The Struggle against Indian Removal in the 1830s

Vol.86,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 15-40

Mobilizing Women, Anticipating Abolition: The Struggle against Indian Removal in the 1830s Mary Hershberger Andrew...

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Millenarian Slaves? The Santidade de Jaguaripe and Slave Resistance in the Americas

Vol.104,
No.5,
(1999),
pp 1531-1559

AHR ForumMillenarian Slaves? The Santidade de Jaguaripe andSlave Resistance in the Americas ALIDA C. METCALF RUMORSOF A...

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From Borderlands to Borders: Empires, Nation-States, and the Peoples in between in North American History

Vol.104,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 814-841

Forum Essay From Borderlands to Borders: Empires, Nation-States, and the Peoples in Between in North American History...

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Incurring a Debt of Gratitude: 1898 and the Moral Sources of United States Hegemony in Cuba

Vol.104,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 356-398

Incurring a Debt of Gratitude: 1898 and the Moral Sources of United States Hegemony in Cuba LOUIS A. PEREZ, JR. I...

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New World, New Stars: Patriotic Astrology and the Invention of Indian and Creole Bodies in Colonial Spanish America, 1600-1650

Vol.104,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 33-68

New World, New Stars: Patriotic Astrology and the Invention of Indian and Creole Bodies in Colonial Spanish America,...

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Marriage and Women's Citizenship in the United States, 1830-1934

Vol.103,
No.5,
(1998),
pp 1440-1474

Marriage and Women's Citizenship in the United States, 1830-1934 NANCY F. COTT IN THE UNITED STATES, where the...

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In Search of Alias Grace: On Writing Canadian Historical Fiction

Vol.103,
No.5,
(1998),
pp 1503-1516

AHR Forum: Histories and Historical Fictions In Search of Alias Grace: On Writing Canadian Historical Fiction MARGARET...

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The Rise and Fall of American Posture

Vol.103,
No.4,
(1998),
pp 1057-1095

The Rise and Fall of American PostureDAVID YOSIFON and PETER N. STEARNSTHE DECLINE OF ONCE-FERVENT STANDARDS is always...

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Medievalisms Old and New: The Rediscovery of Alterity in North American Medieval Studies

Vol.103,
No.3,
(1998),
pp 677-704

Medievalisms Old and New: The Rediscovery of Alterity in North American Medieval Studies PAUL FREEDMAN and GABRIELLE...

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America's First Medical Breakthrough: How Popular Excitement about a French Rabies Cure in 1885 Raised New Expectations for Medical Progress

Vol.103,
No.2,
(1998),
pp 373-418

America's First Medical Breakthrough: How Popular Excitement about a French Rabies Cure in 1885 Raised New...

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"Social Equality does Not Exist among Themselves, nor among Us": Baylies vs. Curry and Civil Rights in Chicago, 1888

Vol.102,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 311-339

AHR Forum "Social Equality Does Not Exist among Themselves, nor among Us": Baylies vs. Curry and Civil...

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Psychological Warfare in Vietnam

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 165-179

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Whose History? Whose Voice? Myth and Resistance in the Rise of the New Left in Mexico

Vol.8,
No.1,
(1993),
pp 96-116

Whose History? Whose Voice? Myth and Resistance in the Rise of the New Left in Mexico James H. McDonald University of...

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Disciplinary Evolution and Scholarly Expansion: Legal History in the United States

by Stephen Sheppard, Michael H. Hoeflich,
Vol.54,
(2006),
pp 23-

The study and teaching of legal history has flourished in the last few decades in the United States. This progression...

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What Oaths Meant to the Framers’ Generation: A Preliminary Sketch

Vol.2009,
(2009),
pp 273-

To the Framers’ generation, oaths of office were understood as commitments, both public and personal, which...

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Brief Historiography of Chicano Community Studies

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The Communication Conundrum: What Is the Message? Who Is Listening?

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 151-163

The Communication Conundrum:What Is the Message?Who Is Listening? Barbara Franco Presenting history to the public is a...

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Lost in the Fun House: A Commentary on Anthropologists' First Contact with History Museums

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 137-150

Lost in the Fun House: A Commentary on Anthropologists' First Contact with History Museums Cary Carson Times are...

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The Authority of Documents at Some American History Museums

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 119-136

The Authority of Documents at Some American History Museums Eric Gable and Richard Handler It is widely accepted among...

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How Brown Changed Race Relations: The Backlash Thesis

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 81-118

How Brown Changed Race Relations: The Backlash Thesis Michael J. Klarman Constitutional lawyers and historians...

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"It Was a Proud Day": African Americans, Festivals, and Parades in the North, 1741-1834

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 13-50

"It Was a Proud Day": African Americans, Festivals, and Parades in the North, 1741-1834 Shane White Dawn, in...

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Psychological Warfare in Vietnam

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 165-179

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Whose History? Whose Voice? Myth and Resistance in the Rise of the New Left in Mexico

Vol.8,
No.1,
(1993),
pp 96-116

Whose History? Whose Voice? Myth and Resistance in the Rise of the New Left in Mexico James H. McDonald University of...

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Disciplinary Evolution and Scholarly Expansion: Legal History in the United States

by Stephen Sheppard, Michael H. Hoeflich,
Vol.54,
(2006),
pp 23-

The study and teaching of legal history has flourished in the last few decades in the United States. This progression...

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What Oaths Meant to the Framers’ Generation: A Preliminary Sketch

Vol.2009,
(2009),
pp 273-

To the Framers’ generation, oaths of office were understood as commitments, both public and personal, which...

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Brief Historiography of Chicano Community Studies

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The Communication Conundrum: What Is the Message? Who Is Listening?

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 151-163

The Communication Conundrum:What Is the Message?Who Is Listening? Barbara Franco Presenting history to the public is a...

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Lost in the Fun House: A Commentary on Anthropologists' First Contact with History Museums

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 137-150

Lost in the Fun House: A Commentary on Anthropologists' First Contact with History Museums Cary Carson Times are...

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The Authority of Documents at Some American History Museums

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 119-136

The Authority of Documents at Some American History Museums Eric Gable and Richard Handler It is widely accepted among...

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How Brown Changed Race Relations: The Backlash Thesis

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 81-118

How Brown Changed Race Relations: The Backlash Thesis Michael J. Klarman Constitutional lawyers and historians...

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"It Was a Proud Day": African Americans, Festivals, and Parades in the North, 1741-1834

Vol.81,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 13-50

"It Was a Proud Day": African Americans, Festivals, and Parades in the North, 1741-1834 Shane White Dawn, in...

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