Draws together a far-ranging set of experiences, all of which bear on the phenomenon of intermarriage. Through his introduction of cultural themes of acceptance, the author broadens the reader's scope of reference in comprehending the forces driving intermarriage.urge to wreak revenge on White men for discrimination by taking away their women. ... because of compulsion to prove themselves liberal on racial matters, or out of desperation at being unable to attract White men. Those who took this position seldom had much to say about the motives of White men or Black women, but when they did, they usually suggested much the same set of concerns about Whiteanbsp;...
|Author||:||Paul R. Spickard|
|Publisher||:||Univ of Wisconsin Press - 1991-10-01|