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Compilation of Periodical Literature: 2021

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Volume 48, Number 1, January-March, 2021

  1. Arceneaux, Noah. "Department Stores and Television: Broadcasting the Display Window into the Home, 1939-1950". Journalism History 43, no.4 (Winter 2018): 219-227.

  2. Berman, Bruce and Mary M. Cronin. "Project DOCUMERICA: A Cautionary Tale". Journalism History 43, no.4 (Winter 2018): 186-197.

  3. Boomhower, Ray E. "Fighting the Good Fight: John Bartlow Martin and Hubert Humphrey's 1968 Presidential Campaign". Indiana Magazine of History 116, no.1 (March 2020): 1-29.
    JFK Library/NARA photos

  4. Brinegar, Pamela Lyons. "The Case of the Missing Moffetts of Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 108, no.3 (September 2020): 195-212.

  5. Brooks, Charlotte. "New Old Sources for Chinese American History: Consular Records and Form 430 Applications". Chinese America: History and Perspectives (2020): 57-62.

  6. Casey, Matthew. "Domestic Workers and Foreign Occupation: Haitian Servants, US Marines, and Conflicts over Labor and Empire in Haiti, 1915-1934". International Labor and Working Class History 96 (Fall 2019): 145-167.

  7. Fetter, Henry D. "Alger Hiss at Yalta: A Reassessment of Hiss's Arguments against Including Any of the Soviet Republics as Initial UN Members". Journal of Cold War Studies 22, no.1 (Winter 2020): 46-88.

  8. Genter, Robert Byron. "'An Unusual and Peculiar Relationship': Lesbianism and the American Cold War National Security State". Journal of the History of Sexuality 28, no.2 (May 2019): 235-262.

  9. Gleason, Timoty Roy. "Decade of Deceit". Journalism History 43, no.3 (Fall 2017): 132-142.
    RG059/RG084/RG159/RG226/RG306/RG319/DDE Library

  10. Gray, Nicole. "Toward an Embodied Poetics in Appraisal: Walt Whitman in the US National Archives". Archivaria 89 (Spring 2020): 106-127.

  11. Hershberg, James G. "Soviet-Brazilian Relations and the Cuban Missile Crisis". Journal of Cold War Studies 22, no.1 (Winter 2020): 175-209.
    RG059/JFK Library

  12. Hock, Stefan. "To Bring About a 'Moral of Renewal': The Deportation of Sex Workers in the Ottoman Empire during the First World War". Journal of the History of Sexuality 28, no.3 (September 2019): 457-482.

  13. Jenson, Debra E. "Echoes of Opposition: The Media Campaign to Stop Echo Park Dam and Save Dinosaur National Monument". Journalism History 44, no.1 (Spring 2018): 32-39.

  14. LaRue, Nicole Gilkison. "A Woman of Many Names: Henrietta Dixon of Baltimore City, Maryland". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 108, no.3 (September 2020): 183-193.

  15. Leidholdt, Alexander Stewart. "Dancing with Two Cork Legs: The American Post Office's Stumbling Surveillance of the Foreign-Language Press during World War I". Journalism History 46, no.3 (2020): 227-247.

  16. Lorek, Timothy W. "The Puerto Rican Connection: Recovering the 'Cultural Triangle' in Global Histories of Agricultural Development". Agricultural History 94, no.1 (Winter 2020): 108-140.

  17. Melillo, Wendy. "Democracy's Adventure Hero on a New Frontier: Bridging Language in the Ad Council's Peace Corps Campaign, 1961-1970". Journalism History 46, no.2 (2020): 145-164.

  18. Ortiz Garza, Jose Luis and Fernanda Vidal-Correa. "Public Opinion Surveys and USA Foreign Policy towards Latin America in the Second World War". Bulletin of Latin American Research 38, no.4 (September 2019): 503-516.

  19. Raymont, Ann. "A Father for Walter Griffith of Tuscarawas County, Ohio". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 108, no.3 (September 2020): 165-182.

  20. Roessner, L. Amber and Lindsey M. Bier. "Pardon Me, Mr. Carter: Amnesty and Unfinished Business of Vietnam in Jimmy Carter's 1976 Campaign". Journalism History 43, no.2 (Summer 2017): 86-96.
    JC Library

  21. Sharp, Kelly Kean. "Sowing Diversity: The Horticultural Roots of Truck Farming in Coastal South Carolina". Agricultural History 94, no.3 (Summer 2020): 362-385.

  22. Weber, Benjamin D. "The Strange Career of the Convict Clause: US Prison Imperialism in the Panama Canal Zone". International Labor and Working Class History 96 (Fall 2019): 79-102.

  23. Wright, Robert E. "Pioneer Financial News: National Broadcast Journalist Wilma Soss, NBC Radio, 1954-1980". Journalism History 44, no.3 (Fall 2018): 138-149.
    FDR Library

Volume 48, Number 2, April-June, 2021

  1. Adams, Mikaela M. "'A Very Serious and Perplexing Epidemic of Grippe': The Influenza of 1918 at the Haskell Institute". American Indian Quarterly 44, no.1 (Winter 2020): 1-35.

  2. Ahlberg, Kristin L. "'Food for Peace is a Moral Program': The Intersection of Agricultural and Human Rights Policy during the Carter Administration". Agricultural History 95, no.1 (Winter 2021): 132-171.
    RG059/LBJ Library/JC Library

  3. Atack, Jeremy, Robert A. Margo and Paul W. Rhode. "'Automation' of Manufacturing in the Late Nineteenth Century". Journal of Economic Perspectives 33, no.2 (Spring 2019): 51-70.

  4. Atsushi, Ito. "Japanese Market Development Programs under PL 480 in the Late 1950s: Focus on Wheat and Rice". Agricultural History 95, no.2 (Spring 2021): 245-275.

  5. Barnett, Tracy L. "Mississippi 'Milish': Militiamen in the Civil War". Civil War History 66, no.4 (December 2020): 343-379.

  6. Belanger, Elizabeth. "'A Perfect Nuisance': Working-Class Women and Neighborhood Development in Civil War St. Louis". Journal of the Civil War Era 8, no.1 (March 2018): 32-63.

  7. Bishop, Thomas. "'The Struggle to Sell Survival': Family Fallout Shelters and the Limits of Consumer Citizenship". Modern American History 2, no.2 (July 2019): 117-138.
    RG304/RG311/RG396/RG397/JFK Library

  8. Black, Megan. "Scene/Unseen: Mining for The Treasure of the Sierra Madre's Critique of American Capitalist Exploitation in Mexico". Modern American History 2, no.1 (March 2019): 23-47.
    HST Library

  9. Bland, Robert D. "'A Grim Memorial of Its Thorough Work of Devastation and Desolation': Race and Memory in the Aftermath of the 1893 Sea Island Storm". Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 17, no.2 (April 2018): 297-316.

  10. Bolton, Andrew. "British Latter Day Saint Conscientious Objectors in World War I". Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 51, no.4 (Winter 2018): 49-76.

  11. Boyd, Melda. "Do Not Forget Me: Czech Settlers in Baldwin County, 1900-1940". Alabama Review 74, no.2 (April 2021): 129-167.

  12. Bradshaw, Brian S. "'Peace Had Its Defeats': Researching Civil War Veterans, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Insanity". Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 113, no.3/4 (Fall 2020/Winter 2021): 67-93.

  13. Britten, Thomas A. "Termination by Decentralization? Native American Responses to Federal Regional Councils, 1969- 1983". American Indian Quarterly 45, no.2 (Spring 2021): 121-151.
    RG220/RMN Library

  14. Brown, Lauren Erin. "Cold War, Culture Wars, War on Terror: The NEA and the Art of Public Diplomacy". Cold War History 20, no.4 (November 2020): 379-397.

  15. Brownell, Kathryn Cramer. "Nixoning the Moon". Modern American History 1, no.1 (March 2018): 135-139.
    RMN Library

  16. Brownell, Kathryn Cramer. "Watergate, the Bipartisan Struggle for Media Access, and the Growth of Cable Television". Modern American History 3, no.2-3 (November 2020): 175-198.
    GRF Library/JC Library

  17. Bryune, Alex. "The Potential of Flight: U.S. Aviation and Pan-Americanism during the Early Twentieth Century". Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 19, no.1 (January 2020): 48-76.
    RG059/NARA photos

  18. Cahill, William. "Fly High, Fly Low: SAC Photographic Reconnaissance in Southeast Asia". Air Power History 68, no.2 (Summer 2021): 7-26.

  19. Carroll, Beau Duke, Alan Cressler, Tom Belt, Julie Reed, and Jan F. Simek. "Talking Stones: Cherokee Syllabary in Manitou Cave, Alabama". Antiquity 93, no.368 (April 2019): 519-536.

  20. Carroll, Dillon J. "Civil War Soldiers and Dreams of War". Civil War History 66, no.2 (June 2020): 103-124.

  21. Charbonneau, Oliver. "'A New West in Mindanao': Settler Fantasies on the U.S. Imperial Fringe". Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 18, no.3 (July 2019): 304-323.

  22. Cohen, Matt. "The Maps that Killed Alexander Posey". Textual Cultures 12, no.1 (Spring 2019): 76-94.

  23. Comte, Emmanuel. "Waging the Cold War: The Origins and Launch of Western Cooperation to Absorb Migrants from Eastern Europe, 1948-57". Cold War History 20, no.4 (November 2020): 461-481.

  24. Coppock, Mike. "Orphans of Empire". American History 55, no.6 (February 2021): 58-65.
    NARA photos

  25. Cressman, Dale L. "Agnew, ABC, and Richard Nixon's War on Television". Journalism History 47, no.1 (December 2020): 27-53.
    DDE Library/RMN Library

  26. Cunningham, Jamein P. and Rob Gillezeau. "The Effects of the Neighborhood Legal Services Program on Riots and the Wealth of African Americans". RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 4, no.6 (September 2018): 144-157.

  27. Dickson, Paul. "'Your Number Came Up!'". American History 55, no.5 (December 2020): 40-47.
    NARA photos

  28. Dolan, Kathryn Cornell. "Cattle and Sovereignty in the Work of Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins". American Indian Quarterly 44, no.1 (Winter 2020): 86-114.

  29. Easter, David. "The Impact of 'Tempest' on Anglo-American Communications Security and Intelligence, 1943-1970". Intelligence and National Security 36, no.1 (2021): 1-16.

  30. Field, Corinne T. and Nicholas L. Syrett. "Age and the Construction of Gendered and Raced Citizenship in the United States". American Historical Review 125, no.2 (April 2020): 438-450.

  31. Fitzgerald, David. "Support the Troops: Gulf War Homecomings and a New Politics of Military Celebration". Modern American History 2, no.1 (March 2019): 1-22.
    RMN Library/GHWB Library

  32. Foglesong, David Scott. "When the Russians Really Were Coming: Citizen Diplomacy and the End of Cold War Enmity in America". Cold War History 20, no.4 (November 2020): 419-440.
    GHWB Library

  33. Fossat, Sissel Bjerrum. "American Lessons in Mass Production and Mass Consumption: Danish Study Visits to the United States under the Marshall Plan's Technical Assistance Programme". Contemporary European History 27, no.4 (November 2018): 582-600.

  34. Fox, Cybelle. "'The Line Must Be Drawn Somewhere': The Rise of Legal Status Restrictions in State Welfare Policy in the 1970s". Studies in American Political Development 33, no.2 (October 2019): 275-304.
    RG235/RG363/RMN Library/JC Library

  35. Goossen, Benjamin W. "A Benchmark for the Environment: Big Science and 'Artificial' Geophysics in the Global 1950s". Journal of Global History 15, no.1 (March 2020): 149-168.
    RG059/RG330/DDE Library

  36. Hamilton, David E. "Revisiting Rural Poverty and Farm Policy in the Age of Roosevelt". Agricultural History 95, no.2 (Spring 2021): 362-370.
    RG016/RG083/FDR Library

  37. Hanyok, Robert J. and Betsy Rohaly Smoot. "Sources and Methods Series: Considering Other Record Groups in NARA Holding Cryptologic and Cryptologic-Related Records". Cryptologia 44, no.5 (2020): 472-476.

  38. Head, William. "The Triangle of Iron and Rubber: Ground Actions and Airpower during Operation Attleboro". Air Power History 67, no.4 (Winter 2020): 33-44.
    NARA photos

  39. Heersink, Boris. "Party Brands and the Democratic and Republican National Committees, 1952-1976". Studies in American Political Development 32, no.1 (April 2018): 79-102.
    HST Library/JFK Library

  40. Herman, Rebecca. "The Global Politics of Anti-Racism: A View from the Canal Zone". American Historical Review 125, no.2 (April 2020): 460-486.

  41. Hilton, Adam. "The Path to Polarization: McGovern-Fraser, Counter-Reformers, and the Rise of the Advocacy Party". Studies in American Political Development 33, no.1 (April 2019): 87-1093.
    JFK Library/LBJ Library

  42. Honeck, Mischa. "Playing on Uncle Sam's Team: American Childhoods during World War I". Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 17, no.4 (October 2018): 677-690.

  43. Horrall, Andrew. "'This War Has Produced a Woman Who Can Keep a Secret!': The Mulberry Harbour Exhibitions, the Young Woman and the Contested Meanings of a British Wartime Invention". War & Society 38, no.3 (2019): 185-202.

  44. Immerwahr, Daniel. "Twilight of Empire". Modern American History 1, no.1 (March 2018): 129-133.
    NARA photos

  45. Jimenez Botta, Felix A. "The Foreign Policy of State Terrorism: West Germany, the Military Juntas in Chile and Argentina and the Latin American Refugee Crisis of the 1970s". Contemporary European History 27, no.4 (November 2018): 627-650.

  46. Joy, Natalie. "The Indian's Cause: Abolitionists and Native American Rights". Journal of the Civil War Era 8, no.2 (June 2018): 215-242.

  47. Kelly, Stephen. "'The Anglo-Irish Agreement Put Us On Side with the Americans': Margaret Thatcher, Anglo-American Relations and the Path to the Anglo-Irish Agreement, 1979-1985". Contemporary British History 34, no.3 (2020): 433-457.
    JC Library

  48. Kenyon, David and Frode Weierud. "Enigma G: The Counter Enigma". Cryptologia 44, no.5 (2020): 385-420.

  49. Kiarszys, Grzegorz. "The Destroyer of Worlds Hidden in the Forest: Cold War Nuclear Warhead Sites in Poland". Antiquity 93, no.367 (February 2019): 236-255.

  50. King, Robert W. "Bristol Bay Sockeye in 1919: The Salmon Collapse and Promulgation of Fishing Regulations after World War I". Alaska History 35, no.2 (Fall 2020): 39-57.
    RG022/HH Library

  51. Kowner, Rotem. "When Economics, Strategy, and Racial Ideology Meet: Inter-Axis Connections in the Wartime Indian Ocean". Journal of Global History 12, no.2 (July 2017): 228-250.

  52. Lebovic, Sam. "No Right to Leave the Nation: The Politics of Passport Denial and the Rise of the National Security State". Studies in American Political Development 34, no.1 (April 2020): 170-193.

  53. Lenart, Camelia. "A Trustworthy Collaboration: Eleanor Roosevelt and Martha Graham's Pioneering of American Cultural Diplomacy". European Journal of American Studies 12, no.1 (Spring 2017): n.p.
    FDR Library

  54. Mack, Jennifer E. and Dustin S. Clarke. "Working Hard and Living Out: Adolescence in Nineteenth-Century Dubuque". Annals of Iowa 79, no.4 (Fall 2020): 311-341.

  55. Mason, Kevin T. "Inkpaduta in Iowa: Dakota Decline, Dispossession, and Erasure". Annals of Iowa 80, no.2 (Spring 2021): 123-157.

  56. McCrae, Meighen. "'Ambushed by Victory': British, French and American Military Plans to Defeat Germany in 1919". War & Society 38, no.4 (2019): 320-333.

  57. Mondom, Davor. "Compassionate Capitalism: Amway and the Role of Small-Business Conservatives in the New Right". Modern American History 1, no.3 (November 2018): 343-361.
    GRF Library

  58. Moriarty, John J, David Staunton, and Ian McCabe. "The Case of Dr. Carl Gustav Jung: Decoding Declassified Nazi War Crime Documents". Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche 15, no.1 (2021): 51-80.

  59. Murdock, Caitlin E. "Public Health in a Radioactive Age: Environmental Pollution, Popular Therapies, and Narratives of Danger in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1949-1970". Central European History 52, no.1 (March 2019): 45-64.

  60. Musgrove, George Derek. "The Ingredients for 'Voter Fraud' Conspiracies". Modern American History 1, no.2 (July 2018): 227-232.
    GRF Library

  61. Natsios, Andrew S. "Foreign Aid in an Era of Great Power Competition". PRISM 8, no.4 (2020): 100-119.
    NARA photos

  62. Neelakantan, Vivek. "'No Nation Can Go Forward When It Is Crippled by Disease': Philippine Science and the Cold War, 1946-65". Southeast Asian Studies 10, no.1 (April 2021): 53-87.
    RG306/HST Library/DDE Library

  63. Nitschke, Christoph. "Theory and History of Financial Crises: Explaining the Panic of 1873". Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 17, no.2 (April l2018): 221-240.

  64. Owens, Scott W. "The Federal Invasion of Pickens County, April 5-7, 1865: The Burning of the Courthouse and Skirmish at King's Store". Alabama Review 74, no.1 (January 2021): 3-23.

  65. Paludi, Mariana I., Jean Helms Mills, and Albert J Mills. "Historias corporativas y la idea de America Latina". Revista de Administracao de Empresas 61, no.1 (January-February 2021): 1-14.
    FDR Library

  66. Proctor, Bradley D. "'The K. K. Alphabet': Secret Communication and Coordination of the Reconstruction-Era Ku Klux Klan in the Carolinas". Journal of the Civil War Era 8, no.3 (September 2018): 455-487.

  67. Rauch, Stefanie. "Good Bets, Bad Bets and Dark Horses: Allied Intelligence Officers' Encounters with German Civilians, 1944-1945". Central European History 53, no.1 (March 2020): 120-145.

  68. Rauchway, Eric. "The New Deal Was on the Ballot in 1932". Modern American History 2, no.2 (July 2019): 201-213.
    HH Library/FDR Library

  69. Rees, Anne. "'Treated Like Chinamen': United States Immigration Restriction and White British Subjects". Journal of Global History 14, no.2 (July 2019): 239-260.

  70. Reeves, Audrey. "Kisses at the Memorial: Affective Objects, US Militarism and Feminist Resistance at Sites of Wartime Memory". Critical Military Studies 6, no.3-4 (2020): 306-322.
    NARA photos

  71. Regele, Lindsay Schakenbach. "Guns for the Government: Ordnance, the Military 'Peacetime Establishment,' and Executive Governance in the Early Republic". Studies in American Political Development 34, no.1 (April 2020): 132-147.

  72. Ringsmuth, Katherine. "Cannery Caretakers: The Entwined Histories of the Diamond NN Cannery, South Naknek Village, and the Spanish Flu of 1919". Alaska History 35, no.2 (Fall 2020): 1-18.

  73. Rodgers, Thomas E. "How Northern Democrats Perceived the Civil War: The Standard Family of Fulton County, Illinois". Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 113, no.3/4 (Fall 2020/Winter 2021): 121-159.

  74. Rodman, David. "Arms and Influence: The American-Israeli Relationship and the 1969-1970 War of Attrition". Israel Affairs 25, no.1 (2019): 26-41.
    RMN Library

  75. Rogg, Jeff. "The U.S. Intelligence Community's 'MacArthur Moment'". International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 33, no.4 (2020): 666-681.

  76. Rome, Adam. "Crude Reality". Modern American History 1, no.1 (March 2018): 77-82.
    NARA photos

  77. Rubin, Ruth Bloch. "State Preventive Medicine: Public Health, Indian Removal, and the Growth of State Capacity, 1800-1840". Studies in American Political Development 34, no.1 (April 2020): 24-43.

  78. Sanders, Andrew. "The 1985 Supplementary Extradition Treaty between the United States of America and the United Kingdom: an Exercise in Soft Power". Contemporary British History 33, no.1 (2019): 75-97.
    RR Library

  79. Schell, John A. "The SA-2 and V-2: Secrets Revealed". Air Power History 68, no.2 (Summer 2021): 33-42.
    NARA photos

  80. Schmidt, Allison. "Stowaways at Bohemia's Shores: Undocumented Emigration and People-Smuggling Networks in Interwar East Central Europe". Central European History 53, no.3 (September 2020): 564-583.

  81. Schneider, Khal. "A Square Deal in Lake County: Anderson v. Mathews (1917), California Indian Communities, and Indian Citizenship". Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 18, no.3 (July 2019): 263-281.

  82. Seipp, Adam R. "'This Land Remains German': Requisitioning, Society, and the US Army, 1945-1956". Central European History 52, no.3 (September 2019): 476-495.

  83. Skinner, Kate. "West Africa's First Coup: Neo-Colonial and Pan-African Projects in Togo's 'Shadow Archives'". African Studies Review 63, no.2 (June 2020): 375-398.

  84. Smith, Mark A. "A Crucial Leavening of Expertise: Engineer Soldiers and the Transmission of Military Proficiency in the American Civil War". Civil War History 66, no.1 (March 2020): 9-44.

  85. Smoot, Betsy Rohaly and Robert J. Hanyok. "Sources and Methods for Cryptologic History: Research at the US National Archives - the "Big Two" Record Groups". Cryptologia 44, no.2 (2020): 172-196.

  86. Spence, Richard B. "Tsarina's Necklace: Russian Jewels, Secret Agents, and the Hellig Olav Affair, 1918". International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 33, no.2 (2020): 309-327.

  87. Spruill, Matt. "Week of War". Civil War Times 60, no.2 (April 2021): 26-41.
    NARA photos

  88. Stele, Andreas, Malte Schwickert, and Christoph Rass. "The Battle of Vossenack Ridge: Exploring Interdisciplinary Approaches for the Detection of U.S. Army Field Positions on a Second World War Battlefield". Antiquity 95, no.379 (February 2021): 180-197.

  89. Stur, Heather Marie. "Blurred Lines: The Home Front, the Battlefront, and the Wartime Relationship between Citizens and Government in the Republic of Vietnam". War & Society 38, no.1 (2019): 57-79.

  90. Swenson, Peter A. "Misrepresented Interests: Business, Medicare, and the Making of the American Health Care State". Studies in American Political Development 32, no.1 (April 2018): 1-23.
    LBJ Library

  91. Tal, David. "United States-Israel Relations (1953-1957) Revisited". Israel Studies 26, no.1 (Spring 2021): 24-46.
    RG059/DDE Library

  92. Tanigawa, Ryuichi and Dongchun Seo. "Architecture Teachers during the Early Days of North Korea: Between Liberation from Japanese Colonial Rule and the Establishment of a Socialist States". Japan Architectural Review 4, no.1 (January 2021): 155-167.

  93. Troll, Tim. "Doctor Linus H. French, the Origins of Healthcare in Bristol Bay, and the Spanish Flu of 1919". Alaska History 35, no.2 (Fall 2020): 21-37.

  94. Tromly, Benjamin. "Emigre Politics and the Cold War: The National Labor Alliance (NTS), United States Intelligence Agencies and Post-War Europe". Contemporary European History 29, no.1 (February 2020): 44-59.

  95. Tropp, Jacob. "Transnational Development Training and Native American 'Laboratories' in the Early Cold War". Journal of Global History 13, no.3 (November 2018): 469-490.

  96. Tudor, Margot. "Reputation on the (Green) Line: Revisiting the 'Plaza Moment' in United Nations Peacekeeping Practice, 1964-1966". Journal of Global History 16, no.2 (July 2021): 227-245.

  97. Vitale, Frank, IV. "Counting Carlisle's Casualties: Defining Student Death at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, 1879-1918". American Indian Quarterly 44, no.4 (Fall 2020): 383-414.

  98. Whitcomb, Darrel. "1972-U.S. Army Air Cavalry to the Rescue in Vietnam". Air Power History 67, no.4 (Winter 2020): 45-49.

  99. Wilmers, Nathan. "Solidarity within and across Workplaces: How Cross-Workplace Coordination Affects Earnings Inequality". RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 5, no.4 (September 2019): 190-215.

  100. Young, James Michael. "The U.S. Air Force's Long Range Detection Program and Project MOGUL". Air Power History 67, no.4 (Winter 2020): 25-32.
    HST Library