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In early 1920 in Hawaii, Japanese sugar cane workers, faced with spiraling living expenses, defiantly struck for a wage increase to $1.25 per day. The event shook the traditional power structure in Hawaii and, as Masayo Duus demonstrates in this book, had consequences reaching all the way up to the eve of World War II.

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In early 1920 in Hawaii, Japanese sugar cane workers, faced with spiraling living expenses, defiantly struck for a wage increase to $1.25 per day. The event shook the traditional power structure in Hawaii and, as Masayo Duus demonstrates in this book, had consequences reaching all the way up to the eve of World War II. Masayo Umezawa Duus is a nonfiction writer widely published in Japan. The Japanese edition of The Japanese Conspiracy won the Oya Soichi Prize and the Sincho Gakugei Prize, the two most distinguished nonfiction prizes in Japan. Her works in English include Tokyo Rose: Orphan of the Pacific (1979) and Unlikely Liberators: Men of the 100th and the 442nd (1987).

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