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Evacuee Resistances to Relocation ~ JAPANESE AMERICAN INTERNMENT ~ WRA 1943 WWII
Washington, D.C: War Relocation Authority, 1943. Evacuee Resistances to Relocation Reasons for the Relocation Program Community Analysis Report No. 5, June 1943 Original document from the War Relocation Authority concerning the internment of Japanese-Americans [Washington, D.C].: [War Relocation Authority], 1943. [Cover sheet, 1 page memo from WRA director Dillon S. Myer], 9 pp. Pink sheets, corner staple bound. First thus. (One of 150 copies according to cover sheet.) A Fine copy with faint rusting to staple, slightly bumped corners, and typical faint offsetting around mimeographed text, faint corner crease to final page. In excellent condition. An anthropological assessment of the motivations and arguments of Japanese-Americans who might resist internment by the U.S. government. The use of anthropological data and methods to pacify Japanese-Americans was one of the extremely controversial innovations ushered in by WWII. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books (burnsiderarebooks) [Portland, Oregon, United States]
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