Internment in the Desert: A Critical Review of Manzanar National Historic Site

  title={Internment in the Desert: A Critical Review of Manzanar National Historic Site},
  author={Jennifer Cohoon McStotts},
  journal={International Journal of Heritage Studies},
  pages={281 - 287}
  • J. McStotts
  • Published 1 May 2007
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of Heritage Studies
Taylor and Francis Ltd RJHS_A_222743.sgm 10.1080/135 250701228239 International Journal of Heritage Studies 352-7258 (pri t)/1470-3610 (online) Original Article 2 07 & Francis 30 000May 007 Professor Jen ifer CohoonMcStotts mcst ttsj@cof . du At what point does a nation commemorate its own worst crimes? In the early 1900s, the western United States exuded racism and a fear of economic competition targeted at Chinese and Japanese immigrants, an attitude that would lead to one of the greatest… 


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