- Title Pages
- A Note on Terminology
- Chapter One Prelude to Martial Law
- Chapter Two Final War Planning for Hawai‘i, 1939–1941
- Chapter Three Implementation of Martial Law and Military Government
- Chapter Four Life under General Orders
- Chapter Five Control of Labor
- Chapter Six “Drum-head Justice”?
- Chapter Seven “An Extreme Degree of Fear”
- Chapter Eight Selective Detention and Removal
- Chapter Nine Determining Loyalty
- Chapter Ten The Fate of the Detainees
- Chapter Eleven Alarms and Responses
- Chapter Twelve “Delineation” and Restoration, 1942–1943
- Chapter Thirteen The Habeas Corpus Cases
- Chapter Fourteen New Habeas Cases
- Chapter Fifteen Rising Protests
- Chapter Sixteen The Termination of Martial Law
- Chapter Seventeen The Duncan and White Cases
- Chapter Eighteen War’s Aftermath and the Courts
- A Note on Sources
- About the Authors
- Bayonets in Paradise
- University of Hawai'i Press
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