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The Brothers' Vietnam War Black Power, Manhood, and the Military Experience

The Brothers’ Vietnam War: Black Power, Manhood, and the Military Experience

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Published on: 30th May 2017
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 “Clearly focused on exploring the alternative notions of racial manhood which African American servicemen developed during the Black Power era, The Brothers’ Vietnam War is a welcome addition to the surprisingly small body of scholarly literature on the black experience in Vietnam. . . . Herman Graham’s exemplary use of male bonding rituals, storytelling, handshakes, and hairstyles to examine both gender consciousness and the soldiers’ and sailors’ transformation to group militancy should serve as a model for future studies.”—William L. Van Deburg, University of Wisconsin, Madison “The best study of the black GI experience in Vietnam to date . . . fills a major gap in the histories of Vietnam and of African American men.”—Craig Werner,  
 

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Year:1961
Edition:1st
Pages:192

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