Race and Culture Contacts in the Modern World

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Index of Subjects
Acculturation: opposed by Dutch in East Indies, 243-4; on plantations of Brazil, 244-5; on plantations of United States, 245-6
Africa: south of the Sahara, 21-2; European settlement and climate of, 79-80; racial composition south of Sahara, 87; commercial crops in, 139; native labor and land in, 140-1; industrialization in, 142; colored middlemen in, 148-9; role of chief in. 197; self-determination and peoples of, 222-3; impact of Western culture and new personalities in, 321-2; tropical areas not suitable for white settlement, 328
Alcohol: effect of, on native peoples, 60-1
Animal life: effect of changes in, on race relations, 60-1
Arab-Asian bloc: in United Nations, 231-2
Asia: Portuguese settlement in, 75- 6; revolt of, against the West, 220; people of, not displaced by whites, 328; political relations of West with, 332. See also various countries of Asia
Asians: Australia and land-hunger of, 132-3
Asiatic Land Tenure and Indian Representation ,Act of 1946: in South Africa, 207
Assimilation: and marginal men, Assimilation (continued) 315-18; of Negroes in Brazil. 316-17; of Negroes in United States, 316-17; and mulattoes in United States, 317-18; in Hawaii, 318
Atlantic Charter: and underdeveloped areas, 152-3; and imperialism, 223-6; and French Africa. 225
Australia: aborigines in, 84-5; threatened by Asian peoples, 90- 1; natives in, not fitted for agriculture, 102
Bandung: Asian-African Conference in, 337-8
Bantu: in South Africa, 206-7
Barbados: increase of Negro population in, 56
Barter: among French and Portuguese and Indians in Brazil, 102; as prelude to slavery in Brazil, 102 f
Belgian Congo: Europeans in, 88; forced labor in, 115-17; industrialization in, 142-3; European managers in, 147
Belgium: and colonial development. 154
Boers: and color bar in South Africa, 256-8
Bolivia: racial composition of. 16
Boxer Rebellion: in China, 27
Brazil: racial composition of, 15;

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