AMERICAN NINETEENTH CENTURY HISTORY welcomes research submissions on all areas of U.S. social, political, economic, cultural, diplomatic, and intellectual history between 1789 and 1917. The journal, which is beginning its fifth volume, is now published by Taylor and Francis. Issue 5.1 (Spring 2004) includes John Ashworth, "William W. Freehling and the Politics of the Old South" (with response by William W. Freehling); Martin L. Meenagh, "Archbishop John Hughes and the New York Schools Controversy of 1840-43"; Adam-Max Tuchinsky, "'Her Cause Against Herself': Margaret Fuller, Emersonian Democracy, and the Nineteenth-Century Public Intellectual"; Mitchell Snay, "Freedom and Progress: Southern Republican Thought during Radical Reconstruction".
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