by Rawn James Jr.
The fight to integrate the U.S. military began with the Revolutionary War, says author Rawn James, Jr.
January 10, 2013 In his new book, The Double V, Rawn James Jr. argues that to understand race in America one must understand the history of African-Americans in the military. While the turning point came between the world wars, the struggle began with the American Revolution.
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