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Left out : the politics of exclusion : essays, 1964-1999

Author: Martin B Duberman
Publisher: New York, NY : Basic Books, ©1999.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Duberman, Martin B.
Left out.
New York, NY : Basic Books, c1999
(OCoLC)624863408
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin B Duberman
ISBN: 0465017444 9780465017447
OCLC Number: 42366680
Description: xxv, 466 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. Histories of oppression --
ch. 1. Race --
Northern response to slavery (1964) --
Latest word on slavery in the United States (1974) --
ch. 2. Gender and sexuality --
Historical interpretation and the politics of evidence --
"Father" of the Homophile Movement --
Masters and Johnson --
Kinsey's urethra --
ch. 3. Foreign policy --
Vietnam and American foreign policy (1967) --
Havana Inquiry (1974) --
Gulf War (1991) --
pt. 2. Sites of resistance: the sixties and seventies --
ch. 1. Black struggle --
"Moderation" versus "militancy" (1964) --
James Meredith (1966) --
Taking stock (1967) --
Black power and the American radical tradition (1968) --
ch. 2. Radicalism on campus --
"Dissenting academy" --
On misunderstanding student rebels --
Experiment in education --
Young radicals: politics or culture? --
Shifting mood on campus in the seventies --
Coda (1996) Multicultural curriculum --
ch. 3. Emerging Gay Movement and feminism --
Sex and love: Mailer/Miller/Millett --
Feminism and gay men --
A. Gay Academic Union --
B. National Gay Task Force --
Sex and the military: the Matlovich case (1976) --
Anita Bryant Brigade (1977) --
pt. 3. Old saws/new refrains --
ch. 1. Tenacity of race --
Black response to William Styron's The confessions of Nat Turner --
Racism in the gay male world (1982) --
Writing Robeson --
"New" (1997) scholarship on race relations --
ch. 2. Reconfiguring the gay struggle --
(Contested) new history of gays and lesbians --
Breaking the codes: biography and art --
Epidemic arguments --
ch. 3. In conclusion --
Divided left: identity politics versus class.
Responsibility: Martin Duberman.
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