Americans Betrayed

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Americans Betrayed

By Morton Grodzins
University of Chicago Press, 1949
444 pp. $5.00

The author has carefully marshalled evidence showing that the deportation of Japanese-Americans from the West Coast shortly after Pearl Harbor, and their internment in "relocation" camps, was the work of political lobbies inspired by racial prejudices.

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