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All That We Can Be: Black Leadership And Racial Integration The Army Way

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The foremost autorities on race relations in the armed forces recount the previously untold success story of how the U.S. Army became the most integrated institution in America. Charles C. Moskos and John Sibley Butler observe that the Army is the only place in America where blacks routinely boss around whites, and in this book they lay out the path by which the Army has p...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published August 23rd 1997 by Basic Books (first published August 22nd 1997)
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