Racial Borders

Racial Borders

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qWith the publication of Racial Borders Leiker has established himself as a leading authority on African American military history. This is a fine example of new social history and should be widely read.q--Journal of America's Military Past q. . . presents a nuanced approach to understanding this border area . . . helps the reader to understand the reactions of the many groups in the area to the presence of the United States Army and its four African American units.q--Journal of American History... The Filipino independence movement led by Emilio Aguinaldo challenged Steward and others to question their endorsement ... In all, these efforts attracted a mere four hundred or so individuals, mostly civil servants, small business owners, and other ... Black soldiers stationed in the Philippines, witnessing an establishment of segregation on military bases that applied to islanders as well as blacks, saw no payoff for their previous efforts and thus found their loyalties severely tested.


Title:Racial Borders
Author: James N. Leiker
Publisher:Texas A&M University Press - 2009-09-01
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