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|Coming to Terms with Slavery in Twenty-First-Century America||p. 1|
|If You Don't Tell It Like It Was, It Can Never Be as It Ought to Be||p. 19|
|Slavery in American History: An Uncomfortable National Dialogue||p. 35|
|The Last Great Taboo Subject: Exhibiting Slavery at the Library of Congress||p. 57|
|For Whom Will the Liberty Bell Toll? From Controversy to Cooperation||p. 75|
|Recovering (from) Slavery: Four Struggles to Tell the Truth||p. 103|
|Avoiding History: Thomas Jefferson, Sally Hemings, and the Uncomfortable Public Conversation on Slavery||p. 135|
|Southern Comfort Levels: Race, Heritage Tourism, and the Civil War in Richmond||p. 151|
|"A Cosmic Threat": The National Park Service Addresses the Causes of the American Civil War||p. 169|
|In Search of a Usable Past: Neo-Confederates and Black Confederates||p. 187|
|Epilogue: Reflections||p. 213|
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