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Inclusion: How Hawai'i Protected Japanese Americans from Mass Internment, Transformed Itself, and Changed America

Inclusion: How Hawai'i Protected Japanese Americans from Mass Internment, Transformed Itself, and Changed America

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Publisher University of Hawai'i Press
Year 30/11/2021
Pages 368
Version hardback
Readership level General/trade
Language English
ISBN 9780824888541
Categories History of the Americas
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Following December 7, 1941, when the United States government interned 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry evicted from scattered settlements throughout the West Coast states, why was a much larger number concentrated in the Hawaiian Islands war zone not similarly incarcerated?

Inclusion: How Hawai'i Protected Japanese Americans from Mass Internment, Transformed Itself, and Changed America

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