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Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese American Family (Classics of Asian American Literature) Paperback
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Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese American Family (Classics of Asian American Literature) Paperback by Yoshiko Uchida
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Category: History
Edition Date: 09/01/1984
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ISBN: 0295961902
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Decription: In the spring of 1942, shortly after the United States entered into war with Japan, the federal government initiated a policy whereby 110,000 persons of Japanese ancestry were rounded up and herded into camps. They were incarcerated without indictment, trial, or counsel - not because they had committed a crime, but simply because they resembled the enemy. There was never any evidence of disloyalty or sabotage among them, and the majority were American citizens. The government’s explanation for this massive injustice was military necessity.
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"Yoshiko Uchida has given us a chronicle of a very special kind of courage, the courage to preserve normalcy and humanity in the face of irrationality and inhumanity. Her family’s story, told in loving detail, brings alive the internment experience and is an important book for all Americans. It is not a history of the decisions that were made during this period, but rather it is the story of the human lives touched and molded by those decisions. As such it is infinitely more important, and infinitely more precious."―United States Senator Daniel K. Inouye
 
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