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Rising Wind: Black Americans and U.S. Foreign Affairs, 1935-1960 Paperback – June 24, 1996

ISBN-13: 978-0807845752 ISBN-10: 0807845752 Edition: 1st

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The quantity and quality of Brenda Gayle Plummer s research and the sophistication and detail of her argument are especially impressive."American Historical Review"

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"This book makes an impressive and much-needed contribution to scholarship not only on the fields of twentieth-century African-American and domestic U.S. history but also on the study of public influences on U.S. foreign policy and of transnational contacts among activists opposed to colonialism and racial discrimination. The quantity and quality of Brenda Gayle Plummer's research and the sophistication and detail of her argument are especially impressive."--American Historical Review

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