The Japanese Americans

July 1943
New Republic;7/19/43, Vol. 109 Issue 3, p63
Presents information on the plight of Americans of Japanese ancestry. Feeling of hatred against Japanese Americans created by the report of the Dies Committee; Opinion of Dillon S. Myer, director of the war relocation administration, on the implication of Japanese Americans by outright lies reported by the Dies Committee; Effect of the report on the U.S. prisoners of war held in Japan; Impact of the report on the image of the U.S. being a democratic country.


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