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Part of Hill and Wang's Critical Issues Series and well established on college reading lists, PRISONERS WITHOUT TRIAL presents a concise introduction to a shameful chapter in American history: the incarceration of nearly 120,000 Japanese Americans during World War II. With a revised final chapter and expanded recommended readings, Roger Daniels's updated edition examines a tragic event in our nation's past and thoughtfully asks if it could happen again.
Roger Daniels, the author of Guarding the Golden Door, is a renowned expert on Asian American and immigration history, was a consultant to the commission that recommended redress, and has served on the History Advisory Board for the Ellis Island Immigration Museum since its inception.
Table of Contents
|Preface to the Revised Edition||xi|
|1 Background for a Roundup, 1850-1941||3||(19)|
|2 The Politics of Incarceration, 1941-1942||22||(27)|
|3 Life Behind Barbed Wire, 1942-1946||49||(23)|
|4 Return to Freedom, 1942-1946||72||(16)|
|5 Rehabilitation and Redress, 1943-1990||88||(19)|
|6 Could It Happen Again?||107||(8)|
|7 Epilogue: Since 1990||115||(8)|
|An Essay in Photographs||123||(16)|
|Suggestions for Further Reading||139||(6)|