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introduction
1 Shapiro, DemocraticJustice,68.
2 Phillips,TheBeastintheNursery,155.
3 Perkins,‘‘OpeningStatementbytheChairman,’’4–5.
4 Fenton, MentalHygieneinSchoolPractice,17.
5 Grob,MentalHygieneinTwentiethCenturyAmerica,73;NationalCommitteefor
Mental Hygiene, Inc., Report of the Maryland Mental Hygiene Survey with Rec-
ommendations.Foradditionalcommentaryonthemental-hygienemovement,
seeRichardson,TheCenturyoftheChild.
6 Kerber,WomenoftheRepublic,285,283.
7 Dillon,TheGenderof Freedom,145.
8 Mills, FromClasstoRace;Reed,ClassNotes;Robinson, BlackMarxism.
9 Anderson, Imagined Communities. Felipe Smith (American Body Politics,5)
speakstoAnderson’sinattentiontoraceasfollows:‘‘TheproblemwithAnder-
son’soppositionof‘kinship’to‘ideology’isthatitdoesnotaddressthecrucial
thirdterm—let’scallitthe‘ideologyofkinship’—thatfunctionsinsocietiesin
which‘racism’orother‘isms’emergeasaculminationoflong-standingprac-
tices and habits of thought.’’ For recent critical accounts of the significance
ofracetoAnderson’smodelofnationalism,seeCastro-KlarénandChasteen,
Beyond Imagined Communities; Sidaway, Imagined Regional Communities, and
Appelbaumetal., RaceandNationinModernLatinAmerica.
10 ForcommentaryontheracialencountersconstitutingtheUnitedStates,see
Rogin,FathersandChildren;Slotkin,RegenerationthroughViolence;West,‘‘The
DilemmaoftheBlackIntellectual.’’
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