By Linda Heywood,Allison Blakely,Charles Stith,Joshua C. Yesnowitz
Groundbreaking and significant, African americans in U.S. overseas Policy expands at the scope and subject matters of modern collections to supply the main updated scholarship to scholars in quite a number disciplines, together with U.S. and African American historical past, Africana experiences, political technology, and American studies.
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African Americans in U.S. Foreign Policy: From the Era of Frederick Douglass to the Age of Obama by Linda Heywood,Allison Blakely,Charles Stith,Joshua C. Yesnowitz