2 edition of American response found in the catalog.
Arthur J. Bettini
|Contributions||Copsey, Cecile M.|
|LC Classifications||HN57 B49|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||494|
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All American Boys zooms in on a violent act that inflames racial tension, similar to books like The Hate U Give and all too familiar in American media culture. Similar to The Hate U Give, All American Boys is written for a YA audience and deals directly with the event and aftermath of a violent act by a police officer on an unarmed black male /5.
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Reviews the history and significance of the book burnings, the immediate American responses to the event, the use of the book burnings in wartime American propaganda, and the ongoing symbolism of book burnings as a counterpoint to the free exchange of ideas.
American Dirt, which is about a Mexican mother and son fleeing to the US to escape from violence, was a hugely buzzed-about book well before it published. It sold at auction for a seven-figure.Social Welfare: A History of the American Response to Need allows students to place current issues of social concern in their historical context.
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