2011 - 1 (March)

Articles in this issue

  • New Perspectives on the History of the Military-Industrial Complex
    Pages: 1 - 9
  • Making "Goop" Out of Lemons: The Permanent Metals Corporation, Magnesium Incendiary Bombs, and the Struggle for Profits during World War II
    Pages: 10 - 45
  • Eissenhower versus the Spin-off Story: Did the Rise of the Military-Industrial Complex Hurt or Help America's Commercial Aircraft Industry?
    Pages: 46 - 95
  • "Aid Where It Is Needed Most": American Labor's Military-Industrial Complex
    Pages: 96 - 119
  • Innovation in a Cold [War] Climate: Engineering Peace with the American Military-Industrial Complex
    Pages: 120 - 174
  • Not Yet A Garrison State: Reconsidering Eisenhower's Military-Industrial Complex
    Pages: 175 - 199
  • Ending Discrimination, Legitimating Debt: The Political Economy of Race, Gender, and Credit Access in the 1960s
    Pages: 200 - 232
  • [Book Review by Neville Morely]
    The Origins of Globalization
    Pages: 233 - 235
  • [Book Review by Tito Menzani]
    Integrazione internazionale e sviluppo interno. Stati Uniti e Italia nei programmi di riarmo del blocco atlantico 1945-1955 Integrazione internazionale e sviluppo interno. Stati Uniti e Italia nei programmi di riarmo del blocco atlantico (1945-1955)[International Integration and Internal Development. United States and Italy in the Rearmament Programme of the Atlantic Block (1945-1955)]
    Pages: 235 - 237
  • [Book Review by Marko Maunula]
    The New Economy and the Modern South
    Pages: 237 - 238
  • [Book Review by Michael Dennis]
    Guten Tag, Y'All: Globalization and the South Carolina Piedmont, 1950-2000
    Pages: 239 - 241
  • [Book Review by Caitlin Verboon]
    Biracial Unions on Galveston's Waterfront, 1865-1925
    Pages: 241 - 244
  • [Book Review by H. Roger Grant]
    Good, Reliable, White Man: Railroad Brotherhoods, 1877-1917
    Pages: 244 - 246
  • [Book Review by Richard Butsch]
    Hollywood in the Neighborhood: Historical Case Studies of Local Moviegoing
    Pages: 246 - 247
  • [Book Review by Jack W. Mitchell]
    Radio's Hidden Voice: The Origins of Public Broadcasting in the United States
    Pages: 248 - 250
  • [Book Review by David Cochran]
    King of the Queen City: The Story of King Records
    Pages: 250 - 252
  • [Book Review by Louis P.Cain]
    Branding New York: How a city in Crisis was Sold to the World
    Pages: 252 - 254
  • [Book Review by Chris Taylor]
    The King of Madison Avenue: David Ogilvy and the Making of Modern Advertising
    Pages: 254 - 257
  • [Book Review by Ross Thomson]
    Engineering Invention: Frank J. Sprague and the U.S. Electrical Industry
    Pages: 257 - 259
  • [Book Review by Steven T. Sheehan]
    Nice Work if you can get it: Life and Labor in Precarious Times
    Pages: 260 - 262