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The Democratic Gap: Transcultural Confrontations of German Immigrants and the Promise of American Democracy
The Pound Reaction: Liberalism and Lyricism in Midcentury American. Literature.
America: Justice, Conflict, War
Intercontinental Crosscurrents: Women’s Networks across Europe and the Americas
Fathers, Warriors, and Vigilantes: Post-Heroism and the US Cultural Imaginary in the Twenty-First Century
Conformism, Non-Conformism and Anti-Conformism in the Culture of the United States.
‘Forever Young’? The Changing Images of America
Pursue the Illusion: Problems of Public Poetry in America
The Health of the Nation
E pluribus unum or E pluribus plura? Unity and Diversity in American Culture