|Author/Contributor(s):||Plummer, Brenda Gayle|
|Publisher:||University of North Carolina Press|
This is one of the many fascinating links between racial politics and international affairs explored in Window on Freedom. Broad in chronological scope and topical diversity, the ten original essays presented here demonstrate how the roots of U.S. foreign policy have been embedded in social, economic, and cultural factors of domestic as well as foreign origin. They argue persuasively that the campaign to realize full civil rights for racial and ethnic minorities in America is best understood in the context of competitive international relations.
The contributors are Carol Anderson, Donald R. Culverson, Mary L. Dudziak, Cary Fraser, Gerald Horne, Michael Krenn, Paul Gordon Lauren, Thomas Noer, Lorena Oropeza, and Brenda Gayle Plummer.
Carol Anderson, University of Missouri-Columbia (Columbia, Mo.)
Donald R. Culverson, Governors State University (University Park, Ill.)
Mary L. Dudziak, University of Southern California (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Cary Fraser, Penn State University (University Park, Pa.)
Gerald Horne, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
Michael Krenn, Appalachian State University (Boone, N.C.)
Paul Gordon Lauren, University of Montana (Missoula, Mont.)
Thomas Noer, Carthage College (Kenosha, Wis.)
Lorena Oropeza, University of California, Davis (Davis, Calif.)
Brenda Gayle Plummer, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Madison, Wis.)