Uprooted

Uprooted

The Japanese American Experience During World War II

Book - 2016
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Chronicles the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, looking at the events leading up to it, how the policy exposed racism, and how this event is remembered today.
Publisher: New York :, Alfred A. Knopf,, [2016]
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780553509373
9780553509366
Branch Call Number: J 940.531 M
Characteristics: 246 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm

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AL_KELSEY Feb 14, 2017

This book could not have been done better. Not only is there history of Japan and their war history, but there is also the history of Japanese immigrants to the United States. Then, the bulk of this story delves into the truth behind Japanese Internment camps, and the fear our government felt, especially our president, and how that fear turns into hate and that hate breeds laws that destroy a particular people based on nothing. This book is so incredibly prevalent for our country right now, because our government already fears certain groups, and if we aren't careful, we may end up in that same situation. When we will finally learn from our past?

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