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History

This Nonviolent Stuff'll Get You Killed: How Guns Made the Civil Rights Movement Possible. By Charles E. Cobb Jr. Duke University Press. 2016. xxi + 294pp. £16.99.
MEGAN HUNT, vol. 102 (349): 172-173
LBJ's Neglected Legacy: How Lyndon Johnson Reshaped Domestic Policy and Government. Edited by Robert H. Wilson, Norman J. Glickman and Laurence E. Lynn. University of Texas Press. 2015. x + 481pp. $29.95/£20.99.
PATRICK ANDELIC, vol. 102 (349): 173-175
In Spies We Trust: The Story of Western Intelligence. By Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones. Oxford University Press. 2013, 2015. xvi + 297pp. £12.99.
JOHN MORELLO, vol. 102 (349): 175-177

History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History

Issue Information – TOC
vol. 56 (1): 1-1
A WORLD CONNECTING? FROM THE UNITY OF HISTORY TO GLOBAL HISTORY
FRANZ L. FILLAFER, vol. 56 (1): 3-37
POSTCOLONIALITY AND THE TWO SITES OF HISTORICITY
RITWIK RANJAN, vol. 56 (1): 38-53
1. INDIA IN A WORLD: DILEMMAS OF SOVEREIGNTY
NEILESH BOSE, vol. 56 (1): 54-60
2. OF SOVEREIGNS, SACRED KINGS, AND POLEMICS
HUSSEIN FANCY, vol. 56 (1): 61-70
3. BUDDHIST TECHNOLOGIES OF STATECRAFT AND MILLENNIAL MOMENTS
ANNE M. BLACKBURN, vol. 56 (1): 71-79
4. IMPERIAL SOVEREIGNTY IN MUGHAL AND BRITISH FORMS
DAVID GILMARTIN, vol. 56 (1): 80-88
5. MILLENNIAL SOVEREIGNTY, TOTAL RELIGION, AND TOTAL POLITICS
A. AZFAR MOIN, vol. 56 (1): 89-97
WHAT IS HISTORY? WHAT IS LITERATURE?
Dominick LaCapra, vol. 56 (1): 98-113
POSTMODERNISM, SOCIAL SCIENCE, AND HISTORY: RETURNING TO AN UNFINISHED AGENDA
David D. Roberts, vol. 56 (1): 114-126
THE TRUTH HURTS: VERA SCHWARCZ'S HEARTFELT QUEST
Joshua A. Fogel, vol. 56 (1): 127-137
THE CRISIS OF HUMANITY: OR, WHAT IF WE HAVE NEVER BEEN HUMAN?
Adam Dodd, vol. 56 (1): 138-145
FORGERY AND THE SPECTER OF PHILOLOGY
Ines G. Županov, vol. 56 (1): 146-159
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 56 (1): 160-162
Website
vol. 56 (1): 164-164

History of European Ideas

Editors' introduction
Malik Bozzo-Rey, vol. 43 (1): 1-10
Jeremy Bentham, choice architect: law, indirect legislation, and the context of choice
Michael Quinn, vol. 43 (1): 11-33
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