Selfa A. Chew
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Japanese Mexicans, World War II, and the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands
The University of Arizona Press
Uprooting Community examines the political cross-currents that resulted in detention of Japanese Mexicans during World War II. Selfa A. Chew reveals how the entire multiethnic social fabric of the borderlands was reconfigured by the absence of Japanese Mexicans.
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