AMERICANS FIRST

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Harvard University Press, 2005 - History - 256 pages
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World War II was a watershed event for many of America's minorities, but its impact on Chinese Americans has been largely ignored. Utilizing extensive archival research as well as oral histories and letters from over one hundred informants, Wong explores how Chinese Americans carved a newly respected and secure place for themselves in American society during the war years.

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K. Scott Wong is Professor of History at Williams College.

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