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Race discrimination and black power in U.S. Army, Europe -- Black GIs in Germany during the 1940s and 50s -- Growing racial tensions, 1968-1970 -- Failed leadership responses and black power, 1970-1971 -- The new race relations policies, 1971-1975 -- Political protest and antiwar activism -- Resistance and dissent in the U.S. Army-- The situation in USAREUR 1968-1975 -- Drug abuse: between punishment and rehabilitation -- Drug abuse prevention in the U.S. government -- Drug abuse in USAREUR, 1970-1975 -- The German response -- Conclusion
"Alexander Vazansky examines the discontent of the U.S. Army in Europe and GI soldiers in Germany due to race relations, drug abuse, and political opposition between 1968 and 1975."--Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references and index
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