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Black, George

, tourist accounts, and U.S. official records, Black offers a trenchant critique of the Good Neighbor Policy in Central America and the Caribbean.keywordsCaribbean; Central America; culture; racism; Good...

Black, George

, tourist accounts, and U.S. official records, Black offers a trenchant critique of the Good Neighbor Policy in Central America and the Caribbean.keywordsinter-American relations; economic dependency; Caribbe...

Black, Jeremy

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 3: From the Confederation to the Civil War | The War of 1812 authorBlack, JeremyimprintNorman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2009.annotationPrimarily an operational history, Black stresses the international aspects of the war.keywordsWar of 1812; military affairs

Black, Jeremy

the domestic context, emphasizing the role played in shaping policy by king, Parliament, lobbies, and public opinion. Magisterial in his judgments, Black holds that policy was more reactive than purposef...

Black, J. L.

1940s or that were published during those years. The reason for this emphasis is that Black was more interested in that period than other decades. Chapters are thematic and appear to be defined in an...

Black, Robert W.

War. Black relies on military records, interviews with survivors, and his own personal experiences as a U.S. Army Ranger during the conflict to describe how these units rotated among various infantry...

Black, Jan Knippers

1964, leading to the U.S.-backed overthrow of the Goulart government. Black details the roles of the U.S. Information Service, the American Institute for Free Labor Development, U.S. corporations, the...

Gregory D. Black and Koppes, Clayton R.

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 27: Race, Gender, and Culture in U.S. Foreign Relations | Culture authorKoppes, Clayton R., and Gregory D. BlackimprintNew York: Free Press, 1987. Reprint 1990 (University of California Press).annotationAs in C. R. Koppes and G. D. Black 1977, the authors emphasize

Gregory D. Black and Koppes, Clayton R.

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 27: Race, Gender, and Culture in U.S. Foreign Relations | Culture authorKoppes, Clayton R., and Gregory D. BlackimprintNew York: Free Press, 1987. Reprint 1990 (University of California Press).annotationAs in C. R. Koppes and G. D. Black 1977, the authors emphasize