by American Association for International Conciliation in New York .
Written in English
|Statement||by Manoel de Oliveira Lima.|
|Series||International conciliation,, no. 69|
|LC Classifications||JX1904 .A8 no. 69|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||13019668|
Neither Black nor White: Slavery and Race Relations in Brazil and the United States is a nonfiction book written by American author Carl N. Degler, published by University of Wisconsin Press, which contrasts racial attitudes in the United States and Brazil, arguing that Brazilian culture developed a more fluid idea of race than American culture did, which maintained sharp distinctions Cited by: The United States and Brazil: A Long Road of Unmet Expectations (Contemporary Inter-American Relations) Monica Hirst This book is a succinct overview of the history of US-Brazilian relations over the past two decades. 9 - Brazil-United States Military Relations in the Twentieth Century 10 - From the Good Neighbor policy to the Iron Curtain: politics and cinema in Brazil-US relations in the midth century 11 - Solidarity forever: U.S. involvement in brazilian unions, Neither Black Nor White: Slavery and Race Relations in Brazil and the United States Carl N. Degler Carl Degler’s Pulitzer-Prize-winning study of comparative slavery in Brazil and the United States is reissued in the Wisconsin paperback edition, making it accessible for all students of American and Latin American history and sociology.
The book also seeks to understand some of the political pathologies of buying too readily into unexamined ideas about race relations. In the end, Telles contends, the traditional myth that Brazil had harmonious race relations compared with the United States encouraged the government to do almost nothing to address its shortcomings. Neither Black Nor White Slavery and Race Relations in Brazil and the United States Carl Degler "This is one of the most important books written on the subject of comparative race relations since Slave and Citizen [by Frank Tannenbaum]. Degler's treatment of the nature of contemporary race relations . Abraham Lowenthal highlights fundamental challenges for U.S.-Brazil relations, writing that the two countries must build greater synergy on a variety of . U.S.-Brazil Bilateral Economic Relations. Brazil is the world’s ninth-largest economy and the United States is Brazil’s second-largest trading partner. Two-way trade in goods and services was $ billion ( billion in goods and billion in services) in
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