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Resettlement and new lives -- Political science? FDR, Japanese Americans and the postwar dispersion of minorities -- Forrest LaViolette: race, internationalism, and assimilation -- Japantown born and reborn: comparing the resettlement experience of Issei and Nisei in Detroit, New York, and Los Angeles -- The varieties of assimilation -- Birth of a citizen: Miné Okubo and the politics of symbolism -- The "new Nisei" and identity politics -- Interethnic politics -- Japanese Americans and Mexican Americans: the limits of interracial collaboration -- From kuichi to comrades: Japanese American views of Jews in the 1930s and 1940s -- African American supporters of Japanese Americans, and the shift in Nisei views of African Americans -- African American responses to the wartime incarceration of Japanese Americans -- The Los Angeles defender: Hugh E. MacBeth and Japanese Americans -- Crusaders in Gotham: the JACD and interracial activism -- The rise and fall of postwar coalitions for civil rights -- Nisei and the postwar struggle for civil rights: from Oyama to Brown -- An uneasy alliance: Blacks and Japanese Americans, 1954-1965 -- Epilogue.