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Perceptions of racism by black medical students attending white medical schools.
Thirty-one black medical students attending five white medical schools were seen in individual interviews of one to two hours to evaluate their perceptions of racism in their medical schoolExpand
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Revolutionary Brotherhood: Freemasonry and the Transformation of the American Social Order, 1730-1840.
In the first comprehensive history of the fraternity known to outsiders primarily for its secrecy and rituals, Steven Bullock traces Freemasonry through its first century in America. He follows theExpand
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A Revolution Before the Revolution?
In the introduction to Becoming America, Jon Butler notes that he began the book partly as a response to a friend who asked how to "synthesize colonial history after the Puritans" (p. 7). TheExpand
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A Mumper among the Gentle: Tom Bell, Colonial Confidence Man
S OMETIME in late spring I74I, a man in clerical attire entered a Princeton, New Jersey, tavern. Magistrate John Stockton immediately recognized the Reverend John Rowland, an important figure in theExpand
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The Revolutionary Transformation of American Freemasonry, 1752-1792
WYP HEN Brother Benjamin Franklin died in I790, Philadelphia's Masonic lodges were conspicuously absent from the funeral. An estimated 20,000 people, in a city of about 42,000, watched theExpand
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The Politics of War: Race, Class, and Conflict in Revolutionary Virginia
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Service and teaching issues in an inner-city university-based psychiatry clinic.
The provision of quality out-patient psychiatric care to a predominately black inner-city population, in a University setting such as ours, is a complex and challenging task. This paper addressesExpand
A Pure and Sublime System: The Appeal of Post-Revolutionary Freemasonry
By the time Hiram Hopkins took his seventh degree of Masonry in August 1826, he had decided that Freemasonry was of extraordinary importance. "I thought," he recalled, "that nothing excelled theExpand
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