45: 2 (Fall 2006) “Wal-Mart and Globalization in Connecticut”

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Connecticut History Review
Fall 2006, Vol. 45, No. 2

“Wal-Mart and Globalization in Connecticut”

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Tory Rondinone, “The Invasion from Bentonville: Wal-Mart Comes to Connecticut”

Danelle Moon, “A Pocket of Quiet Persistence—In the Age of the Feminist Doldrums?: Florence Kitchelt and the Connecticut Committee for the Equal Rights Amendment, 1943-1961”

Judith Green Watson, “The Implementation of the Federal 1798 Direct Tax in Connecticut”

and Essays, The Connecticut Curriculum, Exhibition Reviews, Book Reviews, and Noteworthy Books

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Connecticut History Review
Fall 2006, Vol. 45, No. 2

“Wal-Mart and Globalization in Connecticut”

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Tory Rondinone, “The Invasion from Bentonville: Wal-Mart Comes to Connecticut”

Danelle Moon, “A Pocket of Quiet Persistence—In the Age of the Feminist Doldrums?: Florence Kitchelt and the Connecticut Committee for the Equal Rights Amendment, 1943-1961”

Judith Green Watson, “The Implementation of the Federal 1798 Direct Tax in Connecticut”

ESSAYS

Louis Arthur Norton, “A Dilemma of the Mind and Heart, along with its Outcome”

William F. Sullivan, Jr., “Bringing Revolutionary War Soldiers into the Classroom: A Guide for Teachers”

Barbara Austen, “Marrying Red: Indian/White Relations and the Case of the Elias Boudinot and Harriet Gold”

Eileen M. Hurst, “Voices of Connecticut Veterans: Katherine Tierney Leahy and a Nurse’s Efforts in Wold War II”

Kendall F. Wiggin, “Connecticut State Library Spotlight”

THE CONNECTICUT CURRICULUM

Troy Rondinone, “Teaching Wal-Mart: Making Sense of a Global Corporation in a Small State”

John Day Tully, “Globalization and a Wal-Mart World: The Documents”

Matthew Warshauer, “Globalization on the Global Wed: A Review of Internet Resources”

Joan Cavanagh, “Connecticut Connections: Selected Sites for Exploring the State’s Long and Varied Industrial History”

also: Exhibition Reviews, Book Reviews, and Noteworthy Books

 

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