The one out of many blues

Crouch, Stanley
March 1995
American Enterprise;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p51
Traces the factors for the emergence of a multicultural society in the United States. Frontiersmen as the first cultural mulattos; Process of Americanization as a product of the rejection of the Western notion of aristocracy; Refutation of the notion of a homogenous American blood.


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