By Nathan Vernon Madison
Anti-foreign narratives confirmed a turning out to be emphasis on ideological, instead of racial or ethnic, differences—and early symptoms of the arriving “multiculturalism”—indicating that natural racism used to be now not the only real cause of nativist rhetoric in well known literature.
the method of swap in America’s nativist sentiments, so virulent after the 1st global conflict, are printed through the preferred, low-cost escapism of the time, pulp magazines and comedian books.
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Anti-Foreign Imagery in American Pulps and Comic Books, 1920–1960 by Nathan Vernon Madison