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The Journal of American History is the leading scholarly publication and the journal of record in American history. Published four times a year by the Organization of American Historians, the JAH publishes scholarly articles, interchanges, states-of-the-field, and the OAH’s annual presidential address, as well as reviews of books, digital history and public history projects, and films. The Journal also publishes special issues dedicated to important topics in American history. Recent special issues include “Historians and the Carceral State” and “Immigration Restriction Then and Now: Re-Examining the Impact and Legacy of the 1921 and 1924 Immigration Acts.”

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