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

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Index
Aaronson, Arnold, 156–57
abolitionist movement, 6–7
Acheson, Dean, 80–81, 92, 100, 273n. 4
Action Committee for Solidarity with the March on Washington, 192
Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), 171–75, 177, 185, 213, 294–95n. 46, 295n. 49
Adebo, S. O., 230
Africa: on Brown v. Board of Education in, 108, 109; on John F. Kennedy's assassination, 200; on March on Washington, 197; nations gain independence in, 153, 168; race relations story told in, 77; unification of, 171, 295n. 48. See also African affairs; individual countries
African affairs: and Birmingham civil rights march, 170, 171–75, 177, 185; and civil rights progress, 187, 205–6; and discrimination against African diplomats, 152–53, 160, 228–29; John F. Kennedy's support for African independence, 155; and Peace Corps, 157; and sovereignty, 174–75, 222; and University of Mississippi incident, 164, 293n. 31. See also individual countries
African American colleges, 48, 52
African Americans: economic rights of, 37–38; journalists, 30, 263n. 29; radicalism of, 93– 94; Southern population of, 37; as spokespeople for story of race in America, 56–60, 66–67, 70; veterans, violence toward, 23–24; vote of, importance of, 25–26, 87, 155, 261n. 17; voting rights of, 30, 34, 38, 231, 263n. 28 (see also voting rights)
African American thought, scholarship on, 259n. 28
Afrique Nouvelle, 108
al-Akhbar (Cairo), 215
Al Fair (Morocco), 159
Algemeen Dagblad (Rotterdam), 134, 197
Al-Gomhuriyah (Cairo), 197
Allan, Lewis: “The House I Live In,” 3, 255n. 1
Americanism, 15, 259n. 28
American leadership/prestige, 3, 12, 13, 39, 187
American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa, 224
Anderson, Marion, 30, 145
Angola, 230
anticommunism: and Brown v. Board of Education, 110–11; and civil rights opposition, 88– 89, 94, 111–12, 275n. 22; and foreign reaction to racism, 27–28, 35, 185–86, 264n. 41; and race relations story told abroad, 55–57, 66–67, 268–69n. 18. See also communism
Arkansas Gazette, 116, 118
armed forces. See military
Armstrong, Louis, 66–67
Ashanti Pioneer (Ghana), 4
Ashmore, Harry S., 121
Asia: communism in, 105; on Johnson's speech on John F. Kennedy, 205; race relations story told in, 55–56, 77–78. See also individual countries
Atlanta Daily World, 110–11
Attwood, William, 223–24
Aurore, L' (France), 209
Azikiwe, Nnamdi, 206
Baker, Ella, 157
Baker, Josephine, 67–76, 77, 220; in Argentina, 69–70; as banned from U.S., 76, 272n. 63;

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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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