The latest issue of AMERICAN NINETEENTH CENTURY HISTORY (Vol. 2/3) is available shortly. It contains essays by John Fea on Presbyterians and Jeffersonian Republicanism in the New Jersey Countryside; Jay Sexton on Transatlantic Finance and the Civil War; Laura Hapke on Nineteenth-Century American Sweatshop Discourse; W. Lewis Burke on Reconstruction Corruption and the Redeemers' Prosecution of Francis Lewis Cardozo; and a review essay by Christopher Clark on Economic History and America's Nineteenth Century Growth, plus book reviews.
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