48: 1 (Spring 2009) “Taxes, Tariffs, and TimePieces”

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2009, Vol. 48, No. 1

“Taxes, Tariffs, and TimePieces”

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Philip Samponaro, “Taxes, Tariffs and Timepieces: International Trade and the Clock and Watch Industry in Bristol, CT, 1936-1955”

David Bosso, “The Land of Steady Habits and the Land of the Rising Sun: Connecticut’s Response to the Perceived Japanese Economic Threat, 1980-2000”

McKinley Albert, “Saving Face and Losing the Circus: The Hartford Circus Fire and Its Disgraceful Aftermath”

 

Also: Essays, The Connecticut Curriculum, Exhibition Reviews, Book Reviews, Noteworthy Books

 

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2009, Vol. 48, No. 1

“Taxes, Tariffs, and TimePieces”

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Philip Samponaro, “Taxes, Tariffs and Timepieces: International Trade and the Clock and Watch Industry in Bristol, CT, 1936-1955”

David Bosso, “The Land of Steady Habits and the Land of the Rising Sun: Connecticut’s Response to the Perceived Japanese Economic Threat, 1980-2000”

McKinley Albert, “Saving Face and Losing the Circus: The Hartford Circus Fire and Its Disgraceful Aftermath”

ESSAYS

Eileen Hurst, “Voices of Connecticut Veterans: Kjell Tollefsen and the Huey”

Kendal F. Wiggin, “Connecticut State Library Spotlight”

THE CONNECTICUT CURRICULUM

Stephen P. McGrath, “The Economic Cold War: A Curriculum”

Melissa A. Josefiak, “Exhibitions of Interest”

Also: Exhibition Reviews, Book Reviews, Noteworthy Books

 

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