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by Robert H. Hyung Chan Kim

Author: Robert H. Hyung Chan Kim
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Greenwood; First Edition edition (May 26, 1992)
Pages: 1184 pages
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This documentary history critiques major Supreme Court decisions on litigations that Asian Americans brought . Hyung-chan Kim is Professor of Education and Asian American Studies at Western Washington University.

This documentary history critiques major Supreme Court decisions on litigations that Asian Americans brought before the Court over the past 150 years. In eight sections, contributing scholars all consider cases within three conceptual frameworks; (1) the commonly held belief that Asian Americans could not become members of the American community because of their race, (2) the once widely held belief that Orientals are mysterious and inferior, and (3) the assumption that all Asians in America are foreigners.

Home Browse Books Book details, Asian Americans and the . Covering the past 150 years, this documentary history critiques major Supreme Court decisions on litigations that Asian Americans brought before the Court.

Home Browse Books Book details, Asian Americans and the Supreme Court: . .Asian Americans and the Supreme Court: A Documentary History. By Hyung-Chan Kim. No cover image. Separate sections written by contributing scholars focus on cases pertaining to the question of the government's right to exclude, expel, or deport persons of Asian ancestry, the constitutional question of . citizenship for persons of Asian ancestry, the alien laws of California and Washington, and Japanese internment.

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This documentary history critiques major Supreme Co.Start by marking Asian Americans and the Supreme Court: A Documentary History as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In the next section, Hull focuses on major cases on the constitutional question of . citizenship for persons of Asian ancestry. Stuen then discusses cases dealing with the alien land laws of California and Washington.

Hyung-Chan Robert H. Kim. With California's passage of the Save Our State Initiative in 1994, fear of aliens has once again appeared in . Since 1790, congressional legislation on federal immigration and naturalization policy has been harsh on Asian immigrants, although less so since 1965. This documentary history covers all major immigration laws passed by Congress since 1790. The volume opens with an overview of the basis on which Congress has restricted Asian immigration.

This documentary history covers all major immigration laws passed by Congress since 1790. ISBN13:9780313285950.

a b Kim, Hyung-chan (1992). Documentary reference collections. New York: Greenwood Press. p. 778. ISBN 0-313-27234-4. Savage, David G. (May 24, 2011), ". official cites misconduct in Japanese American internment cases", The Los Angeles Times. Dale Minami, Lorraine Bannai, Donald Tomaki, Peter Irons, Eric Yamamoto, Leigh Ann Miyasato, Pegy Nagae, Rod Kawakami, Karen Kai, Kathryn A. Bannai and Robert Rusky (13 January 2014).

Asian-American history is the history of ethnic and racial groups in the United States who are of Asian descent

Asian-American history is the history of ethnic and racial groups in the United States who are of Asian descent. Spickard (2007) shows that "'Asian American' was an idea invented in the 1960s to bring together Chinese, Japanese, and Filipino Americans for strategic political purposes. Soon other Asian-origin groups, such as Korean, Vietnamese, Hmong, and South Asian Americans, were added.

HYUNG-CHAN KIM is Professor of Education and Asian American Studies at Western Washington University in.

HYUNG-CHAN KIM is Professor of Education and Asian American Studies at Western Washington University in Bellingham.

The Supreme Court heard arguments in the case on May 10 and May 11, 1943, with Charles Fahy arguing the case for the . a b Kim, Hyung-chan (1992).

The Supreme Court heard arguments in the case on May 10 and May 11, 1943, with Charles Fahy arguing the case for the United States as Solicitor General. Min’s defense team included E. F. Bernard from Portland and A. L. Wirin from Los Angeles. On June 21, 1943, the court issued its decision in the case along with the Hirabayashi. ^ Savage, David G. official cites misconduct in Japanese American internment cases"

This documentary history critiques major Supreme Court decisions on litigations that Asian Americans brought before the Court over the past 150 years. In eight sections, contributing scholars all consider cases within three conceptual frameworks; (1) the commonly held belief that Asian Americans could not become members of the American community because of their race, (2) the once widely held belief that Orientals are mysterious and inferior, and (3) the assumption that all Asians in America are foreigners.

The book begins with an overview by editor Kim. In section 2, Braeman treats major cases concerning the question of the government's right to exclude, expel, or deport persons of Asian ancestry. In the next section, Hull focuses on major cases on the constitutional question of U.S. citizenship for persons of Asian ancestry. Stuen then discusses cases dealing with the alien land laws of California and Washington. The Japanese internment cases are discussed by Minami and Bannai; and cases dealing with Asian Americans' legal fight to claim their rights for employment, language, and education follow. Next, Gotanda casts the problem of denying Asian Americans their constitutional rights within the analytical framework of the Asian American identity. In the final chapter Tamayo covers the latest changes in America's immigration policies, reviewing major immigration laws passed by Congress during the 20th century and discussing implications of the Immigration Act of 1990. The volume concludes with a case index, a name index, and a subject index.