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Updated November 15, 2021

Book Review Editor



Laura Carter, Histories of Everyday Life : The Making of Popular Social History in Britain, 1918-1979 (Oxford: University Press, 2021)—Reviewed by Pat Thane, Birkbeck College London

Anne-Claire Faucquez, De la Nouvelle-Néerlande à New York : Naissance d'une société esclavagiste (1624-1712) (Paris : Indes Savantes, 2021)—Recension d’Éric Schnakenbourg, Université de Nantes

Gordon Finlayson, The Habermas-Rawls Debate (New York: Columbia University Press, 2019)—Reviewed by J. Donald Moon, Wesleyan University, Middletown (Connecticut)

Elana Levine, Her Stories : Daytime Soap Opera and US Television History (Duke University Press, 2020)—Reviewed by Charlotte Brunsdon, University of Warwick 2

Michael J. Sandel, The Tyranny of Merit : What’s Become of the Common Good? (London: Allen Lane, 2020 / Penguin, 2021)—Reviewed by Nicholas Sowels, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne 2

David Alexander Smith, Cowboy Presidents : The Frontier Myth and U.S. Politics since 1900 (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2021)—Reviewed by Charles J. Holden, St. Mary’s College of Maryland 2

Joseph Viscomi, William Blake’s Printed Paintings : Methods, Origins, Meanings (Yale University Press, 2021)—Reviewed by Laurent Bury, Université Lumière–Lyon 2 2


Next issue : 15 December 2021

Reviews published in previous series can be accessed in the Archives section