Federal History 2022

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The new issue of Federal History is now available at http://www.shfg.org/page-18363

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CONTENTS

Roger R. Trask Lecture
— Arnita Jones
 
A Clash of Principles: The First Federal Debate over Slavery and Race, 1790
— Paul J. Polgar
 
From Conspiracy to Policy: James V. Martin, the “Air Trust” Narrative, and the 1926 Air Commerce Act
— Sean Seyer
 
“Substantive Accomplishments”: Richard Nixon, High School Student Environmentalists, and the
President’s Environmental Merit Awards Program
— Neil Buffett
 
The Contribution of U.S. Military Advisors in the Dominican Republic to Operation Unified Response,
Haiti Earthquake Relief, 2010
— Bradley Lynn Coleman
 
An Interview with Kelly J. Shannon
— Alexander Poster
 
Roundtable: From Selma to Moscow: How Human Rights Activists Transformed U.S. Foreign Policy by Sarah B. Snyder
– Introduction by Paul Adler
– Review by Theresa Keeley
– Review by Robert Rakove
– Review by Matthew K. Shannon
– Response by Sarah B. Snyder
 

Federal History is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal published annually online and in print by the Society for History in the Federal Government (SHFG), a nonprofit organization in Washington, DC, established in 1979. The journal promotes scholarship on all aspects of the history and operations of the U.S. federal government, and of critical historical interactions between American society and the government, including the U.S. military, 1776 to the present.
 
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