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Nasze Szkoły, Nasza Polonia: The Story of Public and Parochial Education in the Making...
The Rise of the Messiah: The American Government's Surveillance of SNCC Leaders, 1...
Southern Women, Feminist Health: Place, Politics, and Priorities in Five Feminist Wom...
Men at Work: How Unfree Labor Mitigated the Labor Shortage in California During World...
Turning the Tide in '65: William F. Buckley, New York City, and the Rise of Modern...
Levittown’s Shame: Suburbanization and the Myers Family’s Struggle for Integration in ...
Shock Treatment: American Wartime Psychology and the Reeducation of Germany
A Republican Renaissance: Jack Kemp and the Supply-Side Revolution, 1974-1981
"The Suspect Matron": A History of Sheltering Arms Day Nursery and the Origi...
The Man in the Middle: Richard B. Russell, Jr. and the Burgeoning Realignment of the D...
Navigating the New Frontier: Woodrow Wilson, Frederick Jackson Turner, and World Politics
Down But Not Out: The Resilience of Imperial Britain in the Wake of the 1956 Suez Crisis
The Georgia Clergy, Slavery, and the Defeat of the Holy Confederate Republic, 1863-1870
"Slave Traffick": The Informal Economy, the Law, and the Social Order of Sou...
Between a Righteous Citizenship and the Unfaith of the Family: The History of Released...
"Faith in Money": Mission Movement Fundraising and American Philanthropy, 18...
Forest Conservation Makes Strange Bedfellows: Moonshiners and the Forest Service in So...
From "Mr. Clean" to the "Ice Queen": The First Four EPA Administra...
The Too-Busy City: Atlanta and Urbanity at the End of the Twentieth Century
The Fall of the Child Savers, The Rise of Juvenile Lockdown, and The Evolution of Juve...
How Shall We Sing the Lord's Song in a Strange Land? A Comparative Analysis of Cla...
Nietzsche, Christianity and Cultural Authority In the United States, 1890-1969
Realizing Spiritual Power: The Experience of Eighteenth-Century Methodist Women
Rogue Counselors: Kissinger, Brzezinski and the Ambiguous National Security Advisor
The Limits of Liberalism: A Constitutional Reconsideration of American Jewish Politics
Cotton and Slavery: An Unconventional Civil War Analysis
The Not-So-Far Right: Radical Right-Wing Politics in the United States, 1941-1977
Greater Abundance: Energy Production, Environmental Protection, and the Politics of De...
Holocaust Survivors and Jim Crow
James J. Kilpatrick The Changing Views of a Southern NewspaperEditor on School Desegre...
Reinventing Civil Liberties: Religious Groups, Organized Litigation, and the Rights Re...
Negotiating Unacceptable Behavior: Southeastern Indians and the Evolution of Bilateral...
Religious Coming of Age among Students at Antebellum Georgia's Evangelical Colleges
'The Delicacy of the Subject': Creating a Proslavery Argument at Antebellum Emory
The Seductive Automobile: Automobile Culture as a Vehicle for Americanization, 1950-1973
"[T]heir dear Idol ye Charter": The Second Charter of Massachusetts Bay
John Adams and Cicero: From Inspiration to Confidant
A Missed Opportunity: Hawk Sale Spoils Kennedy's Attempt to Harness Arab Nationali...
The Death Wish of Humanity: Religious and Scientific Apocalypticism in the United Stat...
"That crisis served to try women's hearts": Nuns and the Protection of I...
"Holding down the Fort?" The War Historical Cooperation of the U.S. Army and...
Rebelling Against the King: Opposition to the Confederate Cotton Embargo in 1861
Public Appetite: Dining Out in Nineteenth-Century Boston
One People, One Protest Movement - The Shared Religious and Survivalist Roots of the S...
Netflix: Tales from Television's Digital Frontier
Breach of Faith: Conscription in Confederate Georgia
"The Unfinished Task": Charles Weltner and the Hope of a New South
"Strange Histories": A Cultural History of the Legend of Lost Confederate Go...
The Conservative Baby Boomers' Magazine: A History of The American Spectator and t...
Daniel Patrick Moynihan & The American Family
Gone for Good: Slave Family Separation in the Slavery Debates
Pioneer and Participant: The Black Power Movement and the Political Activism of John O...
The Contest of Exchange: Space, Power, and Politics in Philadelphia's Public Marke...
"For the Sake of the Children": The Civil Liberties Public Education Fund an...
In Our Own Hands: Black Private Education in Chicago, 1940-1986
"There Was a Tradition Among the Women": New Orleans's Colored Creole Wo...
Writing the numbers: The role of statistics in vaccination campaigns and Progressive E...
The United States in Opposition: The United Nations, The Third World, and Changing Ame...
From the Lower Sort to the Lower Orders: Labor and Self-Identity in Boston, 1737-1837
Not Our Kind of Anti-Communists: Americans and the Congress for Cultural Freedom in Fr...
Meditating Chaos: The Response of American Intellectuals to Threats and Acts of Terror...
A Normal Agency in Abnormal Times: The Forest Service in the World Wars
The Conception of Contraception: The Influence of Public Health on the Clinical Birth ...
Unscrambling the Eggs: Eastern Air Lines, Delta Air Lines, and theDeregulated Era
From Pariahs to Patriots: Organized Atheism in America, 1925-2011
Elusive Equality: The Nuclear Arms Race in Europe and the History of the INF Treaty, 1...
Working on the Dock of the Bay: Labor and Life along Charleston's Waterfront, 1783...
Southern Saints and Sacred Honor: Evangelicalism, Honor, Community, and the Self in So...
The Rhetoric of Recognition: Henry Hotze, the Index, and Confederate Propaganda in Bri...
Thy Will Lord, Not Mine: Parents, Grief, and Child Death in the Antebellum South
The Georgia Black Code as American Law: Race, Law, and Labor in the 19th Century Ameri...
Limits and Morality: The Emergence of Human Rights in America's Post-Vietnam Forei...
The United States and the Transatlantic Slave Trade to the Americas, 1776-1867
The Life and Death of Albert Hamblin
For Whom the Blame Tolls: Richard Nixon, Henry Kissinger, and the Plight of Cambodia
“The Principles of Republicanism”: Black and Tan Republicans in South Carolina, 1895-1950
Push and Pull: Carter Diplomacy in the Negotiations Between Egypt and Israel, October ...
Crime Capital: Public Safety, Urban Development, and Post-Civil Rights Black Politics ...
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