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by Robert Mullen

  • Author: Robert Mullen
  • ISBN: 091346029X
  • ISBN13: 978-0913460290
  • ePub: 1690 kb | FB2: 1237 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Military
  • Publisher: Anchor Foundation (November 1988)
  • Pages: 96
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 278
  • Format: azw mbr lit mbr
Blacks in American Wars ePub download

Blacks in American Wars book.

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Blacks have always had to fight racism as well as declared enemies. A concise overview of Afro-American participation and attitudes towards military service, both volunteer and by forced conscription, in two-centuries of . wars Mullen starts from the reality of Afro-Americans in .

I actually bought this book in paperback in 1968, but the book has been read repeatedly and is getting old & I misplaced the old paperbacks.

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American War is the first novel by Canadian-Egyptian journalist Omar El Akkad. It is set in a near-future United States of America, ravaged by climate change, in which a second Civil War has broken out over the use of fossil fuels. The story is told by Benjamin Chestnut about his aunt, Sarat Chestnut, and is told through narrative chapters interspersed with fictional primary documents collected by the narrator.

The longest War in American history. These wars have no benefits for the people of America in any form. Benjamin Netanyahu predicted in his 1995 book that militant Islam would bring down the WTC Towers. No harm was done to American citizens by the people being killed in this region of the world; worse, America’s wealth, world respect, Karma and legacy have nearly all been stolen or destroyed by this – madman – operation which has usurped the American government and taken its military as a mercenary army. But the reality is the Israeli Mossad brought down the Towers on 911.

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A concise overview of Afro-American participation and attitudes towards military service, both volunteer and by forced conscription, in two-centuries of U.S. wars. I didn�t know a lot of the specific facts, especially about early wars from the 1776 American Revolution on, until I read this book..
Mullen starts from the reality of Afro-Americans in U.S. society, from slavery to Jim Crow segregation, to today�s racist oppression. I found especially interesting his discussion of the attitudes of Afro-Americans towards serving in the U.S. military, at times hoping that combat service would help them win equality at home, and later, especially during the 1950s and 1960s, growing opposition to U.S. wars. Also the discussion of the long-standing efforts to fight segregation and discrimination within the military. Mullen�s coverage of the views of different leaders of the civil rights and Black power movements of the 1960s towards the U.S. war in Vietnam is well worth reviewing today.
Don�t miss the many photos and illustrations: they certainly help bring the issues and struggles covered here vividly to life.
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A myth has grown up that the military is a pro Black institution that has been a "successful" example of the "integration" of Blacks and other minorities into US society. Mullen destroys that myth in this succinct, clear, and well-documented history. The racist military has always resisted Black humanity, even when Blacks struggled to win the revolutionary victories if 1776 and provided the decisive element in winning the Civil War. The forgotten chapter, the one the most lies are spread about, Vietnam, discloses the real relations between the military and Blacks at a time an ongoing and independent thinking Black movement was rising up. Read Mullen if only for his picture of black radical opposition to the brass, to the war, the whole idea both from within and without the US war machine during the war against the peoples of Indochina.

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Reader's Comment: Blacks in America's Wars, by Robert W. Mullen
U.S. Wars and the Black Struggle
For serious students of U.S. and world history, African-American Studies, and participants in the class struggle to end oppression, this book is must reading.
The author reviews Black participation in U.S. wars from the Revolutionary War through Vietnam. Blacks have always had to fight racism as well as declared enemies. Mullen describes how escaped slaves served under the command of a slave owner, George Washington, during the Revolutionary War against England. Initially the U.S. returned ex-slaves to their owners. That changed only when the British promised to free slaves who joined their side.
Two wars in which African-Americans played a decisive role were the Civil War and World War II. Both wars ushered in gigantic changes for the U.S., Black people in the U.S., and the situation of the U.S. in the world. The Civil War was the last progressive war waged by the U.S. government, as it ended slavery. In contrast, World War II signaled the triumph of U.S. imperialism over its capitalist rivals. Mullen analyzes how Blacks seized upon the hypocrisy of U.S. rulers' stated aims and stepped up the fight against racism both within the Armed Forces and society as a whole, giving rise to the Civil Rights movement. Coupled with the rise of the colonial revolution, the liberation struggle grew, drastically improving conditions for Blacks in the U.S.
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