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Window on freedom : race, civil rights, and foreign affairs, 1945-1988
Plummer, Brenda Gayle.
Publication Information:
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, [2003]

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259 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Seen from the outside : the international perspective on America's dilemma / Paul Gordon Lauren -- Race from power : U.S. foreign policy and the general crisis of white supremacy / Gerald Horne -- Brown babies : race, gender, and policy after World War II / Brenda Gayle Plummer -- Bleached souls and Red Negroes : the NAACP and Black Communists in the early Cold War, 1948-1952 / Cary Fraser -- An American dilemma : race and realpolitik in the American response to the Bandung Conference, 1955 / Cary Fraser -- Segregationists and the world : the foreign policy of the white resistance / Thomas Noer -- The unwelcome mat : African diplomats in Washington, D.C., during the Kennedy years / Michael Krenn -- Birmingham, Addis Ababa, and the image of America : international influence on U.S. civil rights politics in the Kennedy administration / Mary L. Dudziak -- Antiwar Aztlán : the Chicano movement opposes U.S. intervention in Vietnam / Lorena Oropeza -- From Cold War to global interdependence : the political economy of African American antiapartheid activism, 1968-1988 / Donald R. Culverson.
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