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Carol Nackenoff, Professor (Political Science)

Book

Nackenoff, C. 1994. The Fictional Republic: Horatio Alger and American Political Discourse. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Book Chapter

Nackenoff, C. 2008. Horatio Alger, Jr., U.S. Term Limits v. Thornton (1995), and Virginia v. Black (2003). In Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the United States, edited by D.S. Tanenhaus. Detroit, MI: Macmillan Reference USA.
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Review

Nackenoff, C. 2010. Review of Women, Power, and Political Change by B.G. Mani. Journal of Women Politics and Policy 31 (4): 362-363.
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Nackenoff, C. 2007. Become the Change we Seek!. Review of Taking Action, Saving Lives: Our Duties to Protect Environmental and Public Health by K. Shrader-Frechette. America 197 (9): 34-37.
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Nackenoff, C. 2007. Good Primer on the Secrecy Struggle. Review of Top Secret: When our Government Keeps us in the Dark by G.R. Stone. First Amendment Center Online (October 5).
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Nackenoff, C. 2006. Review of The Strange Death of Liberal America by R. Brauer. Political Science Quarterly 121 (4): 734-736.
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Nackenoff, C. 2006. In the Hot Seat. Review of The Weather Makers: How Man is Changing the Climate and What it Means for Life on Earth by T. Flannery. America 195 (8): 30-31.
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Nackenoff, C. 2004 . Protecting the Planet. Review of Red Sky at Morning by J. Gustave. America 191 (9): 16-18.
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Nackenoff, C. 2002. Review of Constituting Workers, Protecting Women: Gender, Law, and Labor in the Progressive and New Deal Years by J. Novkov. American Political Science Review 96 (4): 830-831.
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Nackenoff, C. 1999. Contested Terrain: Understanding the Persistence of Racial Inequality in America. Review of The Color of Politics: Race and the Mainsprings of American Politics by M. Goldfield, Facing Up to the American Dream by J. Hochschild, Shifting the Color Line: Race and the American Welfare State by R.C. Lieberman, Voting Hopes or Fears? by K. Reeves, and Reaching beyond Race by P.M. Sniderman and E.G. Carmines. Polity 31 (4): 683-691.
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Nackenoff, C. 1998. Review of African American Women and the Vote, 1837-1965 edited by A.D. Gordon, B. Collier-Thomas, J.H. Bracey, A. Voski Avakian, and J. Avrech Berkman and How Long? How Long? African-American Women in the Struggle for Civil Rights by B. Robnett. American Political Science Review 92 (3): 705-707.
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Nackenoff, C. 1998. Review of The Color of Gender: Reimaging Democracy by Z.R. Eisenstein. Women and Politics 19 (2): 108-110.
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Conference

Nackenoff, C. 2003. Whose Citizenship? Which State? Work and its Challenges for Women's Visions of Citizenship, 1900-1925. Presentation at Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, , August 29 - September 2, at San Francisco, CA.
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Edited Book

2009. Jane Addams and the Practice of Democracy. M. Fischer, C. Nackenoff, and W. Chmielewski, ed. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.
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Journal

Nackenoff, C. 2007. Constitutional Reforms to Enhance Democratic Participation and Deliberation: Not All Clearly Trigger the Article V Amendment Process. Maryland Law Review 67 (1): 62-84.
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Nackenoff, C. 2007. Groundhog Day Again?: Is the "Liberal Tradition" a Useful Construct for Studying Law, Courts, and American Political Development?. Good Society 16 (1): 40-45.
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Nackenoff, C. 2005. Locke, Alger, and Atomistic Individualism Fifty Years Later: Revisiting Louis Hartz's Liberal Tradition in America. Studies in American Political Development 19 (2): 206-215.
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Other

Nackenoff, C. 2004. Supremology: Has William Rehnquist Lost his Court?. Jungle Law (September).
Round Table Discussion moderated by R. Cossak.

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