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Fine -1 jacket. Book As New. No Jacket 8vo-over 7? "-9? " tall. Clean as new/ light shelfwear. February 19, 1942, the date on which President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the executive order that imposed the segregation and incarceration of Japanese Americans, may well be regarded as another "date of infamy" in American history.
New. Ships today from the USA with free USPS Delivery Confirmation upgrade! Library binding. Washable pictorial glossy heavy duty cloth over boards. No DJ as issued. Contains: Illustrations. Index. Great Journeys. Audience: General/historian Not a "children's book", but written to be understood at middle school level and above. This fine historical account of the internment of U.S. citizens in an actual network of 10 distinct concentration camps includes real photographic evidence. This book should be required reading for those who say "it can't happen here"! The story of the Japanese-American internment was our shameful reponse to mass hysteria during WWII.
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