American Indians and World War II: Toward a New Era in Indian Affairs

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University of Oklahoma Press, 1 .. 1999 - 247 ˹
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The impact of World War II on Indian affairs was more profound and lasting than that of any other event or policy--including Roosevelt's Indian New Deal and efforts to terminate federal responsibility for tribes under Eisenhower. Focusing on the period from 1941 to 1947, Alison R. Bernstein explains why termination and tribal self-determination were logical results of the Indians' World War II experiences in battle and on the home front.

 

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American Indians and World War II: toward a new era in Indian affairs

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Little has been written about the activities of Native Americans during World War II. Bernstein's book, an outgrowth of her dissertation, covers not only wartime activities but also the difficulties ... ҹԴ繩Ѻ

Indian Affairs on the Eve of the War
3
Indians and the Draft
22
The Chiefs Go to War
40
A Study in Changes
64
An Agency in Search of a Function
89
Indians Enter the Political Mainstream
112
The Warriors and War Workers Return
131
Turning American Indians into Indian
159
Notes
177
Bibliography
225
Index
239
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Alison R. Bernstein is Vice President of the Education, Media, Arts and Culture Program at the Ford Foundation and was previously Associate Dean of Faculty at Princeton University.

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