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Organic crisis and the discursive legitimation of imperial expansion: Examining the continuities of the periods 1872--1900 and 1975--2003
A comparison of the presidential elections of 1896 and 1912 and their lasting impact on modern elections
Slavery as a Dividing Force
Cultural and legal representations of imperiled workers and their political significance, Massachusetts (1820--1910)
"Nobody ever paid me for anything": Crafting a professional social work identity in Progressive-Era Boston
'Not the race of Dante': Southern Italians as undesirable Americans
The way cast up: The Keithian Schism in an English Enlightenment context
The representation of slavery at historic house museums: 1853--2000
Latino migration and the new global cities: Transnationalism, race, and urban crisis in Lawrence, Massachusetts, 1945--2000
Benevolent capitalists: Corporate funding of education in Waltham, Massachusetts 1814--1865
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