Integrating the US Military: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation Since World War II

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One of the great ironies of American history since World War II is that the military-typically a conservative institution-has often been at the forefront of civil rights. In the 1940s, the 1970s, and the early 2000s, military integration and promotion policies were in many ways more progressive than similar efforts in the civilian world. Today, the military is one of the best ways for people from marginalized groups to succeed based solely on job performance. Integrating the US Military traces the experiences of African ...

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