The Red Atlantic

@article{Armitage2001TheRA,
  title={The Red Atlantic},
  author={David J. Armitage},
  journal={Reviews in American History},
  year={2001},
  volume={29},
  pages={479 - 486}
}
  • D. Armitage
  • Published 2001
  • Sociology
  • Reviews in American History
Until quite recently, Atlantic history seemed to be available in any color, so long as it was white. To be sure, this was the history of the North Atlantic rather than the South Atlantic, of Anglo-America rather than Latin America, and of the connections between North America and Europe rather than of those between both Americas and Africa. The origins of this history of the white Atlantic have been traced back to anti-isolationism in the United States 
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