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245 00 Integrating the US military :|bRace, Gender, and Sexual 
       Orientation since World War II /|cedited by Douglas Walter
       Bristol, Jr., and Heather Marie Stur 
264  1 Baltimore :|bJohns Hopkins University Press,|c[2017] 
264  4 |c©2017 
300    vi, 253 pages ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Terror, anger, and patriotism: understanding the 
       resistance of black soldiers during World War II / Douglas
       Bristol -- Nisei versus Nazi: Japanese American soldiers 
       in World War II / James M. McCaffrey -- Does the sex of 
       the practitioner matter? Nursing, civil rights, and 
       discrimination in Army Nurse Corps in the 1947-1952 / 
       Charissa Threat -- An attractive career for women: 
       opportunities, limitations, and women's integration in the
       Cold War military / Tanya Roth -- African Americans, civil
       rights and the Armed Forces during the Vietnam War / James
       E. Westheider -- Reform in ranks: the history of the 
       defense race relations institute, 1971-2014 / Isaac 
       Hampton, II -- Men's and women's liberation: challenges to
       the warrior myth in the wake of the Vietnam war / Heather 
       Marie Stur -- Family planning in the military in the era 
       of Roe v. Wade / Kara Dixon Vuic -- The dream that dare 
       not speak its name: legacies of the civil rights movement 
       and the fight for gay military service / Steve S. Estes --
       Conclusion / Douglas W. Bristol, Jr. and Heather Marie 
       Stur 
520    "Integrating the US Military is an edited collection that 
       examines the US Army's role and place in progressive 
       social change through the lens of the military experience 
       of African Americans, women, and gays since World War II. 
       By making this long overdue comparison, the editors argue 
       this anthology demonstrates how the challenges launched 
       against the racial, gender, and sexual status quo in the 
       years after World War II transformed overarching ideas 
       about power, citizenship, and America's role in the world.
       This anthology's major contribution is synthesizing recent
       scholarly work on the history of minorities and women in 
       the US military. It does so by examining connections 
       between GIs and civilian society in the context of 
       ideologies of race, gender, and sexuality. Given the 
       militarization of American society since World War II, 
       revealing the links between these legally marginalized 
       groups within the Armed Services is historically 
       significant in its own right. At the same time, this 
       comparison also sheds new light on a broad range of issues
       that affected civilian society, such as affirmative action,
       integration, marriage laws, and sexual harassment. 
       Integrating the US Military is a book designed for college
       students, military professionals, policy makers, and 
       general readers. Allowing readers to view the history of 
       several civil rights movements within the Armed Forces 
       will prompt them to rethink the way they understand the 
       history of social movements. It will also help them to 
       better understand the relationship between the military 
       and American society. Finally, readers will gain a 
       historical perspective on recent debates about the rights 
       of gays in the military and the implications of deploying 
       women in combat"--Provided by publisher 
650  0 Gay military personnel|zUnited States|xHistory 
650  0 Sociology, Military|zUnited States 
651  0 United States|xArmed Forces|xMinorities|xHistory 
651  0 United States|xArmed Forces|xAfrican Americans|xHistory 
651  0 United States|xArmed Forces|xWomen|xHistory 
700 1  Bristol, Douglas Walter,|d1965-|eeditor of compilation 
700 1  Stur, Heather Marie,|d1975-|eeditor of compilation 
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