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STUDY GUIDE #3 KA AI FA AAS 200 Kobashigawa 10/30/06 from Min Song (1998) -- Pahkar Singh 79; Imperial Valley 82; Alien Land Law and “Hindus” 82; race vs class motives 84; Punjabi-Mexican marriages and anti-miscegenation law 86; Ozawa and Thind cases 93-4; Asian Indians as “Caucasian” 94 from R. Takaki (1989) Chs 7, 8, 9 Ch 7Struggling Against Colonialism – KA immigration period1907-1920 270; small numbers 270; shared discrimination with Japanese 272; type of work 274-7; independence movement 277-80; Park Yongman, Syngman Rhee, Ahn Ch’angho 280-1; hatred for Japan 282; assassination of Durham Stevens 283-4; Younghill Kang 284; growing up 2 nd generation KA 286-93 Ch 8 The Tide of Turbans – AI small numbers 294; “Hindus” 295; treatment of 296; Bhagat Thind case 299; Ghadr movement 301; type of work 302-3; few women 308; anti-miscegenation law and intermarriage 309; Asian Indian-Mexican families 310-1 Ch 9 Dollar A Day, Dime A Dance – American nationals 315; “a beautiful lady surrounded with swords” 316;
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