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Language in Children's Literature

During the first between 1930-1950, the authors find a declining period of representation. During the Civil Rights movement, they find a near-invisibility of Black characters in text or illustration. From the 1950s to the mid-1960s, they find a period of growth followers by a plateau phase that seemed to reach its peak by 1975. Using the 1958 Little Golden Book as a primary example, the authors claim that during periods of heightened African American protects in American society Blacks virtually disappear from U.S. children...

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