People in motion, the postwar adjustment of the evacuated Japanese Americans.

United States Dept. of the Interior, War Agency Liquidation Unit, formerly War Relocation Authority by United States. Dept. of the Interior. Division of Budget and Administrative Management

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Pagination270 p.
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After a brief summary of "relocation" from the concentration camps and some basic demographic information, the core of the book is made up of four chapters examine various aspects of Japanese American life as of early "Public Acceptance," "Economic Adjustment," "Housing Adjustment," and "Social Adjustment," with the second and fourth making up the vast majority of the book.

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