The Development of the Anti-Japanese Movement -1921
This is material from The American Academy of Political and Social Science, January, 1921.
1: Japanese do not assimilate, and are not eligible for citizenship.
1: Japanese immigration at first was considered okay.
2: The San Francisco School board issue.
3: Traits of the Japanese.
4: Picture brides.
5: The land question.
1: The anti-alien land law.
2: Things Japan did on an international level that caused problems.
1: The California problem is very major.
2: The economic matters must be worked out.
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