Hawaii: Restless Rampart

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Hawaii: Restless Rampart

By Joseph Barber, Jr
Bobbs-Merrill, 1941
285 pp. $2.75

An American newspaperman takes the islands apart and sees what makes their political, economic and social life tick and what rôle they play in the larger scheme of Pacific strategy. There is much about the author's account of life and politics in the islands that will come as new to many American readers.

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