By Colin Flint
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See Kaplan and Weinberg and Bacchetta and Power for transnational comparisons. David Harvey, Spaces of Hope (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000). 18 • Colin Flint 48. 49. 50. ” In Rethinking Geopolitics, ed. Gearóid O’ Tuathail, and Simon Dalby (London and New York: Routledge, 1998), 198–223. Christopher Husbands, Racial Exclusionism and the City (London: Allen & Unwin, 1983), 43. ” In Spaces of Globalization, ed. Kevin Cox (New York: Guilford Press, 1997), 137–166. References Abanes, Richard.
3 Title page from the Yiddish edition of the Manual of the United States, 1925 work had several elements. Alongside avowed notions of Anglo-Saxon cultural superiority, DAR literature also took every opportunity to remind readers that colonial America had also been a society of immigrants from many European countries and that the Revolution had beneﬁtted from the contributions of patriots whose cultural backgrounds were other than Anglo-Saxon. 57 And in contrast to black Americans, who are nearly erased from existence in the pages of DAR magazines of this period, a number of articles focused on Jewish Americans of Revolutionary times, stressing their patriotic 36 • Carol Medlicott military service, their prominence as civic leaders in community life, their philanthropy, and especially their patronage of the arts.
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