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Bonds of Affection:
Americans Define Their Patriotism
Edited by John Bodnar

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Introduction: The Attractions of Patriotism3
Ch. 1Teaching Patriotism: Private Virtue for the Public Good in the Early Republic19
Ch. 2"Blood Brotherhood": The Racialization of Patriotism, 1865-191853
Ch. 3Labor Republicanism, Race, and Popular Patriotism in the Era of Empire, 1890-191482
Ch. 4Reading the Flag: A Reconsideration of the Patriotic Cults of the 1890s102
Ch. 5A Christian Nation: Signs of a Covenant120
Ch. 6Women, Citizenship, and Civic Sacrifice: Engendering Patriotism in the First World War139
Ch. 7Patriotism in Orange: The Memory of World War I in a Massachusetts Town160
Ch. 8Dreaming in Black and White: African-American Patriotism and World War II Bonds191
Ch. 9In the Mirror of the Enemy: Japanese Political Culture and the Peculiarities of American Patriotism in World War II211
Ch. 10"Good Americans": Nationalism and Domesticity in Life Magazine, 1945-1960231
Ch. 11Dilemmas of Beset Nationhood: Patriotism, the Family, and Economic Change in the 1970s and 1980s251
Ch. 12Exalting "U.S.ness": Patriotic Rituals of the Daughters of the American Revolution273
Ch. 13Moral Patriotism and Collective Memory in Whiting, Indiana, 1920-1992290
Ch. 14"Talking Lords Who Dare Not Face the Foe": Civilian Rule and the Military Notion of Patriotism in the Clinton Presidency305
Afterword: Nationalism in Europe323
Contributors341
Index343

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