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Congo Discourses in the United States from 1800 to the Present
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Rassistische Konjunkturen im Widerspruch. Deutsches Kolonialregime 1884-1914
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Televangelisten? | 310 Zusammenfassung | 318 6. The Decade of Destiny Discovering the „Killer Disease“ | 321 Enduring AIDS | 333 Zwischenbemerkung zur „Sexuellen Revolution“ und AIDS | 341 Racism? | 345 Fighting the Gender Gap? | 355 Father’s Day is Every Day | 364 Die Körper der Anderen in der Politik | 369 „… the focus of evil in the modern world“ | 372 Zusammenfassung | 379 Schluss | 385 Dank | 395 Quellen- und Literaturverzeichnis | 397

y la Salud Pública en Colombia, 12.07.1973: RAC, Rocke feller Foundation Records (for tan: RF), Rocke feller Foundation Field Offices, Series 6.9 – Cali, Colombia, 1960–1978, Series II: Univ. del Valle – Medical Programs, B7, F81: Faculty of Medicina – general, 1972–76; Quevedo V., Emilio et al.: »Knowledge and Power. The Asymmetry of Interests of Colombian and Rocke feller Doctors in the Construction of the Concept of ›Jungle Yellow Fever‹, 1907–1938«, in: Canadian Bulletin of Medical History, 25, 1, 2008, S. 71–109. 2 | Vgl. hierzu die Kapitel 3 und 5 der

| Felitti, Regulación de la natalidad, 2009, S. 60. 7 | Vgl. Stycos, J. Mayone: »Obstacles to Programs of Population Control. Facts and Fancies«, in: Marriage and Family Living, 25, 1, 1963, S. 5–13. 8 | J. Mayone Stycos an Dudley Kirk und Robert Snyder: RAC, PC, Acc. 1, 4.2 Popula- tion Council General File, Box 11 – Folder 149 – Cornell University – Stycos, Joseph – 1957–1961. 9 | Stycos, Obstacles to Programs of Population, 1963, S. 8. Bevölkerung, Fer t ilität und Familienplanung in Kolumbien170 Lateinamerikas – so auch in Kolumbien – zu ihren Meinungen hinsichtlich

. Over one million African American soldiers served in Europe between 1941 and 1945. For many of them, especially those from the US South, it was their first time in an environment without racial segregation and where white people, including women, treated them with respect.15 These black GIs returned to the United States with a much heightened sense of self-esteem, and many joined the civil rights movement. The war also exposed the hypocrisy of a democratic American government that fought a war against Nazi Germany and denounced Hitler’s racism, while condoning

diese Fragen nicht gestellt. 45 | Vgl. Erazo, Encuesta de opinión sobre planeación, 1965, S. 192; ASCOFAME-DEP: Encuesta E-V-F-1.4: RAC, PC, Acc. 2, Foreign Correspondence Series, Box 7, Folder 69. 46 | Vgl. Coker González, Charity: »Agitating for Their Rights. The Colombian’s Women’s Movement, 1930–1957«, in: Pacific Historical Review, 69, 4, 2000, S. 689–706; Bush- nell, David: The Making of Modern Colombia. A Nation in Spite of Itself, Berkeley CA: Univ. of California Press 2003, S. 190; 216f. Bevölkerung, Fer t ilität und Familienplanung in Kolumbien220 wuchs