Table of contents for The color of empire : race and American foreign relations / Michael L. Krenn.

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CONTENTS
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Series Editor's Note
Introduction....................................................................... 
Chapter 1 	White............................................................	
Chapter 2 	Brown...........................................................	
Chapter 3	Yellow......................................................... 	
Chapter 4	Black............................................................	
Conclusion.......................................................................... 
Appendix of Documents......................................................... 
1. Benjamin Franklin, "Observations Concerning the Increase of Mankind," 1751 
2. Thomas Jefferson Reflects on the Issue of African Americans and Slavery, 1785
3. Josiah C. Nott Speaks on the Natural History of Mankind, 1850 
4. President Andrew Jackson Calls for the Removal of Native Americans Westward, 1830
5. Sam Houston Rallies his Fellow Texans, 1836
6. John Fiske on the Evolution of Races, 1873 
7. Rev. Josiah Strong Prophesizes on God, the Anglo Saxon, and the world, 1891 
8. Sen. Albert J. Beveridge Defends America's Actions in the Philippines, January 9, 1900
9. Anti-Chinese Sentiment in California, 1878
10. Lothrop Stoddard wars of the Rising Yellow Tide, 1922 
11. Time Instructs Its Readers on How to Tell a "Jap" from a "Friend," 1941 
12. Charles Lindbergh Witnesses the War in the Pacific, 1944
13. "Constructive Engagement" with White Regimes in Southern Africa, 1969
14. U.S. GI Testifies about Atrocities and "Gooks," 1971 
15. Martin Luther King, Jr. Condemns the Vietnam War, 1967 
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About the Author................................................................ 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Foreign relations.
United States -- Race relations -- Political aspects.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Philosophy.