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Thanks to everyone for their many, many suggestions. I may not have been clear on my comment, however. I do know the historiography on the military in Latin American societies (by the way, few of you seem to know of the work of Chust, which should receive much, much more attention). What I would like is a historiographical article on US military history, as in, moving beyond strategy, guns, uniforms, and the like. Dare I think there may be something in U.S. military history similar to what we have witnessed in our own field over the last 15-20 years with the influence of cultural history and gender? Saludos, Victor M. Macias-Gonzalez, Ph.D. Associate Professor of History and Director,UW-La Crosse Institute for Latino and Latin American Studies 403J W. Carl Wimberly Hall The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse 1725 State Street La Crosse, WI 54601 Tel. 608-785-8349 Fax 608-785-8370