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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction. I Had a Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes: In Defense of Disney, Part I 1. Return of the Vanishing American: Disney and the Native Experience 2. Together in Perfect Harmony: Disney and the Civil Rights Movement 3. Beat of a Different Drum: Ethnicity and Individualization in Disney 4. Racial and Sexual Identity in America: Disney's Subversion of the Victorian Ideal 5. "If It Feels Good, Do It!": Disney and the Sexual Revolution 6. Our Bodies, Ourselves: Disney and Feminism 7. Something Wiccan This Way Comes: Walt's Wonderful World of Witchcraft 8. Beyond the Celluloid Closet: Disney and the Gay Experience Conclusion. Popular Culture and Political Correctness: In Defense of Disney, Part II Notes Index
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Walt Disney Company.
Minorities in motion pictures.