Ha‘ina ‘ia mai
This epilogue brings the politics of local identity up to date. It discusses how local identity often involves recollections of the past that evoke emotions that usually go unrecorded by academic accounts of Hawaii’s history. The story of the Massie case has been one of the most powerful ways to express local identity—one that is often shared by indigenous Native Hawaiians and the descendants of Asian, Portuguese, and Puerto Rican immigrants who came to Hawaii to work the fields. Popular narratives of the case appeal to locals because they reach out to ethnic groups and individuals who recognize a common history of racism and oppression.
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