The Removal of the Cherokee Nation: Manifest Destiny or National Dishonor?

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BOOKER T. WASHINGTON AND HIS CRITICS Hugh Hawkins, Amherst College
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN AND THE CAMPAIGN OF 1896 George F. Whicher
AMERICAN IMPERIALISM IN 1898 Theodore P. Greene, Amherst College
ROOSEVELT, WILSON, AND THE TRUSTS Edwin C. Rozwene, Amherst College
PRAGMATISM AND AMERICAN CULTURE Gail Kennedy, Amherst College
AMERICAN INTERVENTION IN THE RUSSIAN CIVIL WAR Betty Unterberger, Texas A & M University
INTERVENTION, 1917 Warren I. Cohen, Michigan State University
WILSON AT VERSAILLES Theodore P. Greene, Amherst College
THE STEEL STRIKE OF 1919 Colston E. Warne, Amherst College
HUEY P. LONG Henry C. Dethloff, University of Southwestern Louisiana
THE GREAT DEPRESSION AND AMERICAN CAPITALISM Robert F. Himmelberg, Fordham University
THE NEW DEAL, Revised Edwin C. Rozwenc, Amherst College
FRANKLIN, D. ROOSEVELT AND THE SUPREME COURT, Revised Alfred Haines Cope, Syracuse University, and Fred Krinsky, University of Southern California
AMERICAN NEUTRALITY AND THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR Allen Guttmann, Amherst College
PEARL HARBOR, Revised George M. Waller, Butler University
THE YALTA CONFERENCE Richard F. Fenno Jr., University of Rochester
INDUSTRY-WIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING Colston E. Warne, Amherst College
NATO AND THE POLICY OF CONTAINMENT Lawrence S. Kaplan, Kent State University
EDUCATION FOR DEMOCRACY Gail Kennedy, Amherst College
EVOLUTION AND RELIGION Gail Kennedy, Amherst College
IMMIGRATION Benjamin Munn Ziegler, Amherst College
LOYALTY IN A DEMOCRATIC STATE John C. Wahlke, University of Iowa
KOREA AND THE THEORY OF LIMITED WAR Allen Guttmann, Amherst College
THE MEANING OF MCCARTHYISM Earl Latham, Amherst College
DESEGREGATION AND THE SUPREME COURT Benjamin Munn Ziegler, Amherst College
COMMUNISM, THE COURTS AND THE CONSTITUTION Allen Guttmann and Benjamin Munn Ziegler , Amherst College
THE DEBATE OVER THERMONUCLEAR STRATEGY Arthur I. Waskow, Institute for Policy Studies
VIETNAM AND AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY John R. Boettiger, Hampshire College
INDIVIDUALISM AND CONFORMITY IN THE AMERICAN CHARACTER Richard L. Rapson, University of Hawaii
Other volumes in preparation

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