Federal History Is Now Available

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FEDERAL HISTORY is now available

Federal History is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal published by the SHFG.

The 2017 issue is available at  http://shfg.org/shfg/publications/federal-history-journal/

CONTENTS

Editor’s Note

-- Benjamin Guterman

Roger R. Trask Lecture

Monuments, Commemorations, and Legacies

— Donald A. Ritchie

 

Articles

Eisenhower’s Mutual Security Program and Congress: Defense and Economic Assistance for Cold War Asia

— Eric Setzekorn

 

The Role of Oscar Cox in the Creation of the War Refugee Board, 1943–1944

— W. Raymond Palmer

 

Negotiating for the Environment:  LBJ’s Contributions to the Environmental Movement

— Nancy M. Germano

 

Defoliating Fence and Foxhole: An Unconventional Response to an Irregular Threat Along the Korean DMZ, 1967–1969

— Heather M. Haley

 

“Defeat Is an Orphan”: The Kennedy Administration and the Bureaucratic Tug-of-War over the Bay of Pigs

— Eric R. Martell

 

Theodore Roosevelt and the United States Battleship Maine

— Kenneth C. Wenzer

 

Research and Resources

When Historians and Curators Go to War: Capturing History When and Where It Happens

— Françoise B. Bonnell, Kenneth Finlayson, David Hanselman, and Richard E. Killblane

 

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