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Liberation Theology Down on the Farm: Family Religious Values in the Antebellum South
The central concern of this article is family values taught in the religion of southern working-class people in the antebellum United States. It uses a representative South Carolina family andExpand
First Landing on Guam: The Difficulties of a Naval Aviator during the Invasion
This note describes the rivalry, including unfriendly “friendly fire” between the Navy and Marine Corps, that manifested itself during the landing of the first American airplane on Guam after theExpand
Stanley Levison’s Financial Role in the Civil Rights and Communist Movements in the 1940s to 1960s: A Rank-and-File Perspective
ABSTRCT This is a biographical essay about Stanley Levison, who is the subject of Ben Kamin’s Dangerous Friendship: Stanley Levison, Martin Luther King Jr., and the Kennedy Brothers (2014). LevisonExpand
The Battle of the Intellectually Disabled for Jobs, Not Drugs: A Socialist versus Medicaid History
ABSTRACT This article is about the economic rights of Washington, DC’s so-called “intellectually disabled.” They have a history of resisting being drugged up, unemployed and impoverished, in short ofExpand