Ex Post Facto: Volume XXVI (2017)

Managing Editors Hannah Milstein
Michael J. Hephner
David Hlusak
Associate Editors Danielle N. Victoriano
Eddie L. Williams IV
Gabriela F. Zappia
Gary Kuczkowski
Javier Etchegary
Jordan M. L. Pituley
Keegan N. Medrano
Lama Al-Barazi
Nicole E. Miller
Veronica L. Bettencourt
Rebecca Mayen
Assistant Editors Alesha Sohler
Belinda Sainz
Gerald R. Morlidge
Jacob M. Perez
Jason A. Anderson
Jeremy J. Shepherd
Nick G. Kos
Priya Ahluwalia
Priyanka A. Bajaj
Sam Stein
Sheri L. Kennedy
Stephany M. Lopez
Tashi H. Cowan
Victoria L. Fremont

Towards a Historiography of the 1973 Nationalization of Chilean Copper
Javier Etchegary

Myth of a Marty: David C. Broderick and the Making of an Anti-Slavery Hero
Gerald R. Morlidge

“It’s Not Even About the Booze!”: Politics, Prohibition, and the Mullen-Gage Law
Elizabeth J. Beutel

Mothers of Apartheid: Black Domestic Servants and Their Little Masters
Keegan Medrano

“Smells Like, Victory”: The Memory of The Vietnam War in American Film
Matthew D. MacKay

The White Woman’s Burden: Chinese Prostitution in San Francisco
Laurie Frazier

“Violators of Every Right”: Analyzing the Ku Klux Klan of 1920s Fresno
Geoffery A. Ramirez

Sugar Mamas: British Women and the War on West Indian Slavery
Stephanie Polos

The Meaning of Freedom: Alternatives Emerging from the African American Experience of Slavery
Chika Okoe