Table of contents for Blue & gold and black : racial integration of the U.S. Naval Academy / Robert J. Schneller.

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Contents
List of Illustrations
Preface and Acknowledgments
Part 1. Official Neglect: Token Representation, 1945-1965
Chapter 1. "We Make No Special Effort"
Chapter 2. Growing Up under Segregation
Chapter 3. Sweep It under the Rug
Chapter 4. "Tolerated without Further Attention"
Chapter 5. Outside the Mainstream
Part 2. Racial Policy Revolution: African Americans Assimilate, 1965-1976
Chapter 6. "Shaking the Very Dickens Out of Us"
Chapter 7. Growing Up in Turbulent Times
Chapter 8. Forms of Discrimination
Chapter 9. "We're Not Going to Stand for It"
Chapter 10. Fully Integrated
Part 3. Unparalleled Opportunity: African American Men and Women, 1976-1999
Chapter 11. Toward Proportional Representation
Chapter 12. Overall Improvement and Ongoing Inequality
Chapter 13. Racism Was a Fringe Attitude, Sexism Was Mainstream
Chapter 14. "No White Midshipman in Their Right Mind"
Chapter 15. "Blessed to Have Had the Opportunity"
Conclusion
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States Naval Academy -- History.
African American soldiers.
Sociology, Military -- United States.
United States -- Race relations.