The Spoilage. Japanese American Evacuation and Settlement. [Inscribed by Co-Author]
Early, immediate post-Second World War sociological examination of the internment and forced re-location of Japanese-American citizens from 1942 to 1945. “They were the spoilage. Their parents had lost their hard-won foothold in the economic structure of America. They themselves, had been deprived of rights which indoctrination in American schools had led them to believe inviolable.” (dust jacket) The book was the first volume in a projected series examining Japanese-American internment. This copy signed and inscribed by co-author, sociiologist Dorothy Swaine Thomas (1899–1977) of the University of California, Berkeley.
Description: The Spoilage. Japanese American Evacuation and Settlement. [Inscribed by Co-Author]
Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1946. First Edition. xx, 388pp. 8vo. Publisher’s red cloth; pictorial dust jacket. Inscribed and signed by co-author: “To Dr. K.A. Appel from Dorothy S. Thomas.” Dust jacket with brief wear and small loss near head of spine; cloth spine faintly sunned; very good.