Item #007962 Cane Fires: The Anti-Japanese Movement in Hawaii, 1865-1945. Gary Y. Okihiro.

Cane Fires: The Anti-Japanese Movement in Hawaii, 1865-1945

Philadelphia: Temple University, 1991. Paperback. xvii, [1], 330 p.; 23 cm. Paperback. Part of the publisher's series Asian American History and Culture. "Challenging the prevailing view of Hawaii as a mythical 'racial paradise,' Gary Okihiro presents this history of a systematic anti-Japanese movement in the islands from the time migrant workers were brought to the sugar cane fields until the end of World War II. . . . Through an imagiiniative intermingling of previously classified documents, interviews, and the writings of both field laborers and their oppressors, Okihiro depicts these immigrants as historical actors who engaged in individual and organized acts of resistance." -- back cover. In Near Fine Condition: edges lightly rubbed; clean and tight. Near Fine. Item #007962
ISBN: 0877227993

Price: $16.00