Bibliographic update October 2017: All

American Communist History

One World, Big Screen: Hollywood, the Allies, and World War II
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Cold War Studies
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Defenseless Under the Night: The Roosevelt Years and the Origins of Homeland Security
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The Voyage of the Shilka: The Bolshevik Revolution Comes To Seattle, 1917
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Suppose They Are Communists! The Unemployed Councils and the 1933 Chicago Sopkin Dressmakers’ Strike
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The Last Great Strike: Little Steel, The CIO, and the Struggle for Labor Rights in New Deal America
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Reds Among the Sewer Socialists and McCarthyites: The Communist Party in Milwaukee
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United States Communist History Bibliography 2016, and a Selective Bibliography of Non-U.S. Communism and Communism-Related Theory
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Love, Betrayal, and the Cold War: An American Story
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Sterilized by the State: Eugenics, Race, and the Population Scare in Twentieth-Century North America
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United States Communist History Bibliography 2016, and A Selective Bibliography of Non-U.S. Communism and Communism-Related Theory
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Legacies of 1917: Revolution's Longue Durée
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Reds Among the Sewer Socialists and McCarthyites: The Communist Party in Milwaukee
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American Nineteenth Century History

Of a bread-loaf missile: the shaming of Brooklyn’s 13th Regiment of the National Guard during the Spanish–American War
vol. 18 (3): 203-226
“The stone in the sling”: Frederick Douglass and Belfast abolitionism
vol. 18 (3): 245-272
The Great Physician: mainline Protestant ministers’ expectations of doctors, 1840–1900
vol. 18 (3): 227-243
A black and white sermon: John Jasper’s capitalization on white exploitation in late nineteenth-century Virginia
vol. 18 (3): 273-293
Between friendship and justice: on Lincoln’s political thought
vol. 18 (2): 87-105
Ocean and grove: holiness, leisure, and contested landscapes at Ocean Grove, New Jersey
vol. 18 (2): 107-129
“A man knows a man”: illustrating disability in Harper’s Weekly after the Civil War
vol. 18 (2): 131-158
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