The Tocqueville Review/La Revue Tocqueville 40 (2019), 1: Special Issue

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The Tocqueville Review/La Revue Tocqueville 40 (2019), 1: Special Issue.
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Special Issue State, Army and Race during World War II: A Comparison between the United States and France


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The Tocqueville Society; Editors: Michel Forsé Director of Research in Sociology at CNRS Paris, Jennifer Merchant Professeur Université Paris 2, Membre de l'Institut Universitaire de France; Editorial Board: Catherine Audard, Elisabeth Clemens, Vincent Duclert, Arthur Goldhammer, Lucien Jaume, Alan Kahan, Guy Laforest, Simon Langlois, Eloi Laurent, John Myles, William Novak, James Sparrow, Scott Sprenger, Justin Vaisse, Cheryl B. Welch, Olivier Zunz; Managing Editor: Laurence Duboys Fresney
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The Tocqueville Society; Editors: Michel Forsé Director of Research in Sociology at CNRS Paris, Jennifer Merchant Professeur Université Paris 2, Membre de l'Institut Universitaire de France; Editorial Board: Catherine Audard, Elisabeth Clemens, Vincent Duclert, Arthur Goldhammer, Lucien Jaume, Alan Kahan, Guy Laforest, Simon Langlois, Eloi Laurent, John Myles, William Novak, James Sparrow, Scott Sprenger, Justin Vaisse, Cheryl B. Welch, Olivier Zunz; Managing Editor: Laurence Duboys Fresney
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The articles in The Tocqueville Review's new special issue edited by Pauline Peretz begin to explore race in the French and American military during the World War II in a comparative manner.

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État, armée et race pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale Comparaison France-États-Unis

Pauline PERETZ – État, armée et race pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Comparaison France-États-Unis. Introduction
7

Christine KNAUER – Fearlessly Fighting for the Oppressor. French Colonial Troops in the African American Press during World War II
19

Pauline PERETZ – “No Experiment… at This Critical Time”? Racial Integration at Fort Huachuca’s All-Black Hospital During World War II
39

Claire MIOT – Femmes de l’ennemi ou du colonisateur ? Les relations entreles soldats colonisés de l’Empire et les Allemandes dans le regard de la hiérarchie militaire française (1944-1945)
59

Ruth GINOT – Blood for Equality. African Soldiers’ Struggles for Rights after World War II
81

Varia

Robert LEROUX – Raymond Boudon, lecteur de Weber
105

Éloi LAURENT – Des murs ou des digues ?
119

Tocquevilliana

Ella STREET – Tocqueville’s Savages
131

Matthew H. HARTMAN – Tocqueville’s Centralization Well-Understood
163

Cheryl B. WELCH – Tocqueville’s New Political Science in the Shadow of the Old
185

Francesco GALLINO – Obedience and Reform. Tocqueville’s Writings on Prison as Theoretical Works
213

Reviews

Françoise MÉLONIO – De la pratique de la comparaison francoaméricaine
237

William J. NOVAK, Stephen W. SAWYER, and James T. SPARROW
Social Freedom, Democracy and the Political: Three Reflections on Axel Honneth’s Idea of Socialism
241

Contributors
260

Zitation
The Tocqueville Review/La Revue Tocqueville 40 (2019), 1: Special Issue. in: H-Soz-Kult, 20.06.2019, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-11803>.
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