Mullen, Robert W. - Blacks in America's Wars
Dr. Robert W. Mullen recounts the hidden history of Blacks in America's wars, from the Revolutionary War to Vietnam, tracing their changing attitudes toward service in the military.
For much of the history of Unites States, Blacks hoped that their participation in the armed forces and their heroism and sacrifice on the battle fields would help them win full rights in civilian society.
This attitude has changed. Many Blacks now feel they should not have to serve in the military and make battlefield sacrifices for a society in which they do not have full civil and human rights. Dr. Mullen probes the reasons for this shift in attitudes.
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