Fog of War The Second World War and the Civil Rights Movement

ISBN-10: 0195382404
ISBN-13: 9780195382402
Edition: 2012
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Description: This collection is a timely reconsideration of the intersection between two of the dominant events of twentieth-century American history, the upheaval wrought by the Second World War and the social revolution brought about by the African American  More...

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List price: $51.00
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/1/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 6.06" wide x 9.17" long x 0.68" tall
Weight: 0.440
Language: English

This collection is a timely reconsideration of the intersection between two of the dominant events of twentieth-century American history, the upheaval wrought by the Second World War and the social revolution brought about by the African American struggle for equality. Scholars from a wide range of fields explore the impact of war on the longer history of African American protest from many angles: from black veterans to white segregationists, from the rural South to northern cities, from popular culture to federal politics, and from the American confrontations to international connections.It is well known that World War II gave rise to human rights rhetoric, discredited a racist regime abroad, and provided new opportunities for African Americans to fight, work, and demand equality at home. It would be all too easy to assume that the war was a key stepping stone to the modern civil rights movement. But the authors show that in reality the momentum for civil rights was not so clear cut, with activists facing setbacks as well as successes and their opponents finding ways to establish more rigid defenses for segregation. While the war set the scene for a mass movement, it also narrowed some of the options for black activists.

Acknowledgments
Contributors
Introduction: The Second World War and the Civil Rights Movement
Freedom to Want: The Federal Government and Politicized Consumption in World War II
Confronting the Roadblock: Congress, Civil Rights, and World War II
Segregation and the City: White Supremacy in Alabama in the Mid-Twentieth Century
Movement Building during the World War II Era: The NAACP's Legal Insurgency in the South
Hillburn, Hattiesburg, and Hitler: Wartime Activists Think Globally and Act Locally
"You can sing and punch...but you can't be a soldier or a man": African American Struggles for a New Place in Popular Culture
"A War for States' Rights": The White Supremacist Vision of Double Victory
The Sexual Politics of Race in World War II America
Civil Rights and World War II in a Global Frame: Shape-Shifting Racial Formations and the U.S. Encounter with European and Japanese Colonialism
Race, Rights, and Nongovernmental Organizations at the UN San Francisco Conference: A Contested History of "Human Rights... without Discrimination"
"Did the Battlefield Kill Jim Crow?": The Cold War Military, Civil Rights, and Black Freedom Struggles
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