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Brokering Race, Culture, and Citizenship: Japanese Americans in Occupied Japan and Postwar National Inclusion

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Many problems are being solved here, because the nisei boys in uniform are cooperating to the utmost. We are spreading news of democracy … and many other good things of life, which the Japanese people … never knew about … We are planting the seeds for a New Japan under the kind surveillance of the U.S.

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2009-01-01
2016-09-29

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