Racial Discrimination and the War Effort

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Racial Discrimination as a War Problem

Participation of the United States in a war waged A for triumph of the democratic ideal over the fascist concept of master and subject races has forced to the forefront problems raised by domestic manifestations of the essentially fascist practice of racial discrimination. While Jews and other minority groups suffer some degree of discrimination in this country, the question is presented most conspicuously in the case of the 13,000,000 Negroes, ...

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