Table of contents for American public life and the historical imagination / Wendy Gamber, Michael Grossberg, and Hendrik Hartog, editors.

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Introduction: Particulars and Perspectives: Rethinking the History of American Public Life
	Wendy Gamber, Michael Grossberg, and Hendrik Hartog
Part One. Pluralist Methods and Contexts
1. "Thinking Like an Indian": Exploring American Indian Views of American History
	Frederick E. Hoxie
2. The Pluralist State: The Convergence of Public and Private Power in America
	William J. Novak
3. Progressivism and Pluralism	James J. Connolly
4.	Llewellyn, Divorce, and Description	Hendrik Hartog
Part Two. Identities
5. Anna Dickinson, America's Joan of Arc: Public Discourse and Gendered Rhetoric during the Civil War	J. Matthew Gallman
6.	 The Cold Spring Tragedy: Murder, Money, and Women's Business in the Gilded Age 
	Wendy Gamber
7.	The Enigma of Louis Brandeis's "Zionization": His First Public Jewish Address
	Allon Gal
8. "We Can Play Baseball on the Other Side": The Limits of Nationalist History on a U.S.-Canada Borderland	Beth LaDow
9. A Successful Defense of Yesterday: Hoyt Moore and the Administration of the Steel Code under the National Industrial Recovery Act	Charles W. Cheape
Part Three. Institutional Experiences
10.	 "A Protected Childhood": The Emergence of Child Protection in America 
 Michael Grossberg
11. Kluxing the 18th Amendment: The Anti-Saloon League, the Ku Klux Klan, and the Fate of Prohibition in the 1920s	Thomas R. Pegram
12. Public Storm: Hurricanes and the State in Twentieth-Century America
	Raymond Arsenault
Afterword: The Multiplicity of American Public Life	Ellen Fitzpatrick

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Politics and government, Political culture United States History, Social movements United States History, United States Historiography