Color in World Affairs

@article{Isaacs1969ColorIW,
  title={Color in World Affairs},
  author={Harold R. Isaacs},
  journal={Foreign Affairs},
  year={1969},
  volume={47},
  pages={235}
}
  • Harold R. Isaacs
  • Published 1969
  • Economics
  • Foreign Affairs
  • ATTERS of race and color are not actually more impor tant in world affairs now than they were, say, a genera tion ago; only the thrust and direction of their im portance have changed. This has been, of course, quite a change. The world of the 1940s was still by and large a Western white dominated world. The long-established patterns of white power and nonwhite non-power were still the generally accepted order of things. All the accompanying assumptions and mythologies about race and color were… CONTINUE READING
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