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How Far the Promised Land?
World Affairs and the American Civil Rights Movement from the First World War to Vietnam
Jonathan Rosenberg

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"Jonathan Rosenberg amply proves his thesis that race reformers from World War I on were acutely aware of a variety of international issues, and that they incorporated references to events overseas in their arguments for racial progress in America. He has done a wonderful job of assembling a convincing collection of quotations that attest to the cosmopolitan view of race reformers, particularly those in the NAACP, and he demonstrates the importance of international consciousness over a longer time period and in much greater detail than have others."--Frank Costigliola, University of Connecticut, author of France and the United States: The Cold War Alliance since World War II

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