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" viewpoints. The Army then cannot be made the means of engendering conflict among the mass of the people because of a stand with respect to Negroes which is not compatible with the position attained by the Negro in civilian life. This principle must necessarily... "
Blacks in the Army Air Forces During World War II: The Problems of Race ... - Página 8
1977 - 244 páginas
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Report, Temas2-4

United States Commission on Civil Rights - 1961
...the problem. Military order, fiat, or dicta will not change these [racial] viewpoints. The Army . . . cannot be made the means of engendering conflict among the mass of people because of a stand which is not compatible with the position attained by the Negro in civilian...
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Don't Ask, Don't Tell: Debating the Gay Ban in the Military

Aaron Belkin, Geoffrey Bateman - 2003 - 201 páginas
...to other matters in their daily walk of life. Military orders, fiat, or dicta will not change their viewpoints. The army then cannot be made the means of engendering conflict among the mass of people because of a stand with respect to ‘Group X' that is not compatible with a position obtained...
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When Affirmative Action was White: An Untold History of Racial Inequality in ...

Ira Katznelson - 2005 - 238 páginas
...Householder, representing the Adjutant General, admonished these molders of black opinion that “The Army cannot be made the means of engendering conflict among the mass of people because of a stand with respect to Negroes which is not compatible with the position attained...
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When Affirmative Action was White: An Untold History of Racial Inequality in ...

Ira Katznelson - 2005 - 238 páginas
...Householder, representing the Adjutant General, admonished these molders of black opinion that “The Army cannot be made the means of engendering conflict among the mass of people because of a stand with respect to Negroes which is not compatible with the position attained...
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