Other Projects

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Additional Books

Edited with Nelson Lichtenstein, The Right and Labor

Editor, Barry Goldwater and the Remaking of the American Political Landscape

Selected Editorials

Selected Media Mentions & Interviews

Selected Scholarly Publications

Selected Journal Articles & Book Chapters

  • “Financing Security and Opportunity: The New Deal and the Origins of the Millennial Student Debt Crisis,” in Nelson Lichtenstein et al. (eds.), Capitalism Contested: The New Deal and Its Legacies (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2020).

  • “A Fraught Partnership: Business and the Rise of the American Public University,” 157-178 in Kim Phillips-Fein and Richard John (eds.), Capital Gains: Business and Politics in Twentieth-Century America (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016).

  • “ ‘The South’s No. 1 Salesman:’ Luther Hodges and the Nuevo South’s Transatlantic Circuitry,” in Andrew Preston and Doug Rossinow (eds.), America’s World: The Transnational Circuitry of U.S. History (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016).

  • “Banking on Government” in Steven Conn (ed.), To Promote the General Welfare: The Case for Big Government (Oxford University Press, 2012), 65-84.

  • “Counter-Organizing the Sunbelt: Right to Work Campaigns and Anti-Union Conservatism, 1943-1958,” Pacific Historical Review 78 (February 2009), 81-118.

  • “Origins of the Conservative Ascendancy: Barry Goldwater’s Early Senate Career and the De-legitimization of Organized Labor,” Journal of American History 95 (December 2008), 678-709.

Selected Literature Reviews

  • “The Ongoing Crisis in American Colleges,” European Journal of American Culture 37:1 (April 2018), 90-94.

  • “The Geography of Postwar American Business,” Business History Review (June 2016).

  • “Whither the Right? Old and New Directions in the History of American Conservatism,” Reviews in American History(December 2016), 644-652.

  • “Neo-Liberalism,” Journal of Modern History 86 (December 2014).

  • “The New History of Capitalism,” Journal of American History, online interchange, 101 (September 2014).

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