Cold War Civil Rights: Race and the Image of American Democracy

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INTRODUCTION

1. Lewis Allan and Earl Robinson, “The House I Live In,” (1942), The Great American Songbook (Milwaukee: Hal Leonard, 1991), 54. Several artists, including Paul Robeson, recorded “The House I Live In.” Frank Sinatra popularized the song in 1945, when he sang it in a wartime short film. Earl Robinson with Eric A. Gordon, Ballad of an American: The Autobiography of Earl Robinson (Lanham, Md.: The Scarecrow Press, 1998), 151–157.

2. Consulate General, Toronto, to Department of State, August 25, 1958, RG 59, 811.411/8–2558, National Archives (enclosure: story from Toronto Star, August 20, 1958).

3. Ibid.; Wilson v. State of Alabama, 268 Ala. 86, 105 So. 2d 66 (Ala. 1958); Janie L. Ellzey, “Criminal Law—Evidence—Proof of other Crimes as Part of Res Gestae,” Alabama Law Review 11 (Fall 1958): 169–173; Dulles to All African Posts, September, 12, 1958, RG 59, 811.411/9–1258; National Archives; American Consul, Edinburgh, Scotland, to Department of State, September 10, 1958, RG 59, 811.411/9–1058, National Archives; American Embassy, Bern, to Department of State, September 16, 1958, RG 59, 811.411/ 9–1658 HBS, National Archives.

4. American Embassy, Addis Ababa, to Department of State, September 23, 1958, RG 59, 811.411/9–2358 HBS, National Archives; American Embassy, Accra, to Department of State, August 30, 1958, enclosure no. 1, RG 59, 811.411/8–3058, National Archives; Monrovia to Secretary of State, September 3, 1958, RG 59, 811.411/9–358, National Archives; American Embassy, Monrovia, to Department of State, July 1, 1958, RG 59, 811.411/7–158, National Archives.

5. Translator's Summary of Communication, September 12, 1958, RG 59, 811.411/ 9–1258, National Archives; Members of Israeli Parliament to Government of the United States of America, September 21, 1958, RG 59, 811.411/9–2158, National Archives; Trades Union Congress (Ghana) to Chargé d'Affaires, American Embassy, Accra, September 16, 1958, Enclosure 1 to American Embassy, Accra, to Department of State, September 18, 1958, RG 59, 811.411/9–1858, National Archives; American Consul General, Kingston, Jamaica to Department of State, September 10, 1958, RG 59, 811.411/9–1058, National Archives; The Hague to Secretary of State, September 12, 1958, RG 59, 811.411/

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • Introduction 3
  • Chapter 1 - Coming to Terms with Cold War Civil Rights 18
  • Chapter 2 - Telling Stories About Race and Democracy 47
  • Chapter 3 - Fighting the Cold War with Civil Rights Reform 79
  • Chapter 4 - Holding the Line in Little Rock 115
  • Chapter 5 - Losing Control in Camelot 152
  • Chapter 6 - Shifting the Focus of America's Image Abroad 203
  • Conclusion 249
  • Notes 255
  • Acknowledgments 311
  • Index 317
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