Racism, Dissent, and Asian Americans from 1850 to the Present: A Documentary History

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Contents
Acknowledgmentsxiii
Introduction1
PART I: LAW AND DISSENT 17
1. People v. Hall, 185418
2. The "Coolie Trade," 186019
3. Immigration Laws22
a. The Burlingame Treaty, 186822
b. The Chinese Exclusion Act, 188223
c. The Geary Bill, 189224
4. Testimony before the Joint Committee on Chinese Immigration, 187625
a. Henry George26
b. Edward L. Cortage29
c. Albert M. Winn31
d. Dennis L. McCarty31
e. Reverend John Francis33
f. Solomon Heydenfeldt34
g. Charles S. Peck37
h. Henry C. Beals39
5. Senator Charles Sumner on Naturalization Rights, 187041
6. Frederick Bee before the Joint Committee, 187642
7. Benjamin Brooks before the Joint Committee, 187646
8. Senator George Hoar on Chinese Exclusion48
a. Debate in the Senate, 187949
b. Speech to the Senate, 188253
9. Petition to Congress from Massachusetts, 189255
10. Truth versus Fiction, 190256
11. Anti-Alien Land Laws59
a. California, 192059
b. Washington, 192161

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  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - Law and Dissent 17
  • Part II - Statements by Public Figures and Organizations 75
  • Part III - The Views of the Clergy 131
  • Part IV - The Labor Movement 165
  • Part V - African-Americans 209
  • Part VI - Relocation and Protest 247
  • Select Bibliography 303
  • Index 309
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