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Prejudice, war and the Constitution.
|Statement||[By] Jacobus tenBroek, Edward N. Barnhart [&] Floyd W. Matson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 408 p.|
|Number of Pages||408|
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During World War II,citizens and resid /5. Get this from a library. Prejudice, war, and the Constitution. [Jacobus TenBroek; Edward Norton Barnhart; Floyd W Matson] -- During World War II,citizens and resident aliens of Japanese ancestry were banished from their homes and confined behind barbed wire for two and a half years.
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Pride and Prejudice in the American Civil War. The image of the American Civil War as a ‘white man’s fight’ became the national norm almost as soon as the last shot was fired.
Susan-Mary Grant looks at the experience and legacy of the conflict for black Americans. The War and the Constitution. Our Constitution should be a text-book in our schools, and in our political meetings.
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P&P tells the story of four couples, their progress from initial meeting and attraction, to encountering and resolving many obstacles, to marriage.
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Susan-Mary Grant looks at the. Pride and Prejudice is one of the most well-known works by Jane Austen.A classic piece of literature, the ever satiric Jane Austen brings us a love story that is both critical of 19th-century English society and reminds us not to take first impressions too : Esther Lombardi.
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