The Red Angel: The Life and Times of Elaine Black Yoneda

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Illustrations xii
  • Part One 1
  • 1. Childhood and Youth 1
  • 2. Work and Marriage 11
  • 3. Don't Starve -- Fight! 15
  • 4. the Transformation of Elaine 21
  • 5. Commitment 35
  • 6. to San Francisco 47
  • 7. Vigilante Terrorism 54
  • 8. Voices from Prison 59
  • 9. Trouble on the Waterfront 64
  • 10 Reign of Terror 75
  • Part Two 93
  • 12. Facing 1935 . . . 102
  • 13. Organize! 111
  • 14 Matrimony at Last 121
  • 15 the "Tiger Girl" Emerges 129
  • 16. People on the Move 140
  • 17. Back to the Mother Lode 148
  • 18 Mooney Freed! 153
  • 19. Bridges Victory 157
  • 20. the Women's Slant 164
  • Part Three 169
  • 21. War Clouds 169
  • 22. a Time of Infamy Pearl Harbor 179
  • 23. the Tolan Hearings 191
  • 24. Concentration Camp Usa 206
  • 25. Keep the Home Fires Burning 220
  • 26. Meanwhile -- Other Battles 226
  • 27. Return to San Francisco 230
  • Part Four 251
  • 28. the War is Over! 251
  • 29. Adventures in Chicken Farming 255
  • 30. the Cold War Years Tradition of Radicalism 261
  • 32. Redress and Reparations 277
  • 33. Elaine Black Yoneda Sept. 4, 1906 -- May 26, 1988 284
  • We Hear Elaine's Heels 298
  • Notes 301
  • Acknowledgements 307
  • Bibliography 309
  • Personal Justice Denied - Summary and Recommendations of the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians 311
  • Index 327
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