Issue 2: Spring 1999

ARTICLES

The Federal Writers’ Project and the Creation of Hegemony
Michael Dittman (Butler County Community College)

Immaculate Coercion? Some thoughts on Operations Desert Fox and Allied Force
Dr David Jordan (University of Birmingham)

From the Vagrant to the Fugitive: Institutional Models in Nelson Algren’s Somebody in Boots
Robert Ward (University of Leeds)

British Archival Records and their Value for Students of American and Canadian History
Kirsty Buckthorp (University of Birmingham and Historian, Foreign and Commonwealth Office)

REVIEWS

Kevin Boyle (Editor). Organized Labor and American Politics, 1894-1994
John F. Lyons (University of Illinois)

Review of The Cold War: 50 Years of History in 24 Hours of Television, a BBC Education Presentation at Glasgow University, 8 March 1999
Neil Denslow (University of St. Andrews)

Thomas Frank. The Conquest of Cool: Business Culture, Counterculture, and the Rise of Hip Consumerism
Matthew Hilton (University of Birmingham)

Charles E. Clark. The Meetinghouse Tragedy: An Episode in the Life of a New England Town
Jonathan M. Beagle (University of New Hampshire)

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) Website
Kirsty Buckthorp (University of Birmingham and Historian, Foreign and Commonwealth Office)

Preview More Super Than Bowl
Michael Mooradian Lupro (Portland State University)

Jill Lepore. The Name of War: King Philip’s War and the Origins of American Identity
Gretchen A. Adams (University of New Hampshire)

Photo: U.S. Department of Defense Current Photos via Compfight cc
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