200_Quiz_2_JA

200_Quiz_2_JA - Hawaii plantation strikes of 1909 and 1920...

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AAS 200 QUIZ #2: JA _____________________ Sec ________ (6 points, due _____) name SHORT ANSWER & IDENTIFICATION ITEMS. A brief answer showing you are familiar with the item is sufficient. Japanese immigration . Identify 3 significant differences compared to Chinese immigration earlier. “Meiji men” – What was the issei women’s complaint about their men? Ozawa case 1922 – (1) What was Supreme Court’s decision and on what grounds? (2) Why was the outcome so important to Japanese immigrants? Nisei generation – Identify 3 problems of the Nisei generation.
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Unformatted text preview: Hawaii plantation strikes of 1909 and 1920 – What lesson did these strikes illustrate about workers’ struggles? Who were the two main groups participating in 1920? Yuji Ichioka and Him Mark Lai – What were some of their contributions to Asian American Studies? (Name two each) Ichioka: Him Mark Lai: Miya Sannomiya Kikuchi – What was her personal response to White racism? Paper sons – Was this the same as “undocumented immigration” now? Chinatowns – Is the idea of “cultural islands” unique to Chinese Americans only?...
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