- Title Pages
- Dedication and Acknowledgments
Section ICooperation and Conflict in U.S.–Japanese Relations in Hawai‘i
Chapter 1From the Center to the Periphery
Chapter 2“Colossal Illusions”
Chapter 3The Japanese Institute of Pacific Relations and the Kellogg-Briand Pact
Chapter 4Hawai‘i, the IPR, and the Japanese Immigration Problem
Section IIThe Politics of Americanization from Japanese Immigrant Perspectives
Chapter 5Americanizing Hawai‘i’s Japanese
Chapter 6Social, Cultural, and Spiritual Struggles of the Japanese in Hawai‘i
Chapter 7In Search of a New Identity
Chapter 8Buddhism at the Crossroads of the Pacific
Chapter 9In the Strong Wind of the Americanization Movement
- Production Notes
- Hawaii at the Crossroads of the U.S. and Japan before the Pacific War
- University of Hawai'i Press
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