Pacific Citizen, Vol. 45, No. 22 (November 29, 1957)

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Pacific Citizen 1957 Collection

Select article titles: "Sacrifice of Nisei during bombing of Pearl Harbor told" (p. 1); "Immigration authorities guilty of discrimination in blood test rule" (p. 1); "Bloc voting in Hawaii sensed on mainland unseen by savant" (p. 2); "Canadian Nisei leaders challeneged by Japanese ambassador to cooperate in bettering friendly relations of nations" (p. 3); "Another $1/2 million in claims approved in month of October" (p. 8); "White House assistant Rabb sees Japanese as Pacesetter in Far East" (p. 8); "Supreme Court Rules on Union Discrimination during Pact negotiation" (p. 8).





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