Essays Tagged: "Citizen 13660"

Citizen 13660 Book Review

Jonathan Vieyra In the book, Citizen 13660, the author Mine Okubo describes her experiences during the time of Japanese internmen ... t think Mine completely understood or agreed with being interned. She believed that since she was a citizen she had more rights than non-citizen Japanese Americans, which would keep her from being int ... ericans, which would keep her from being interned. "It was a real blow when everyone, regardless of citizenship, was ordered to evacuate". Mine does not fight relocation at all, and I think she didn't ...

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Subjects: Social Science Essays