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Unformatted text preview: d. 40% were still stuck in the narrow ethnic market. (Blind jobs alley) i. White World was not ready see Asians work among them D.) Neisi Response to Society a. Resistance (JADC-Japanese American Democratic Club) b. Accommodation (Pre-JACL) i. Japanese-American Courier Newspaper E.) Nissei Women a. Rights i. Had rights of Citizenship ii. Educational opertunity iii. Voting rights b. Vulnerability: i. CableAct (1922)- Discourages women from marrying Aliens, if they did, they lost citizenship and were vulnerable from being separated from their Children. F.) Two-Ness Identity: a. Caught between 2 identities: Asian and American G.)...
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- Fall '08
- voting rights, generation Japanese Americans, Neisi, American Democratic Club