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  Asian American Law Journal
    Asian Law Journal ( - v12(2005))
  Volume 13, Number 1, 2006
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  • ARTICLES
  • ALIENABLE CITIZENSHIP: RACE, LOYALTY AND THE LAW IN THE AGE OF 'AMERICAN CONCENTRATION CAMPS, 1941-1971
        Masumi Izumi
        p.1                                                                                          +cite        
  • CHINESE AMERICANS IN MULTIRACIAL CHICAGO: A STORY OF OVERLAPPING RACIALIZATIONS
        Shanshan Lan
        p.31                                                                                        +cite        

  • NOTES AND COMMENTS
  • FIGHTING FOR AN EQUAL VOICE: PAST AND PRESENT STRUGGLE FOR NONCITIZEN ENFRANCHISEMENT
        Bryant Yuan Fu Yang
        p.57                                                                                        +cite        
  • UNDOCUMENTED ASIAN AMERICAN WORKERS AND STATE WAGE LAWS IN THE AFTERMATH OF HOFFMAN PLASTIC COMPOUNDS
        Mohar Ray
        p.91                                                                                        +cite        

  • RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
  • ON LOVE, LEADERSHIP, AND LEARNING FROM OUR HISTORY
        Victor M. Hwang
        p.115                                                                                      +cite        
  • BRIEF OF AMICI CURIAE ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER LEGAL OUTREACH AND 28 ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN ORGANIZATIONS, IN SUPPORT OF ALL RESPONDENTS IN THE SIX CONSOLIDATED MARRIAGE CASES, LANCY WOO AND CRISTY CHUNG, ET AL., RESPONDENTS V. BILL LOCKYER, ET AL., APPELLANTS, ON APPEAL TO THE COURT OF APPEAL OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION THREE
        Victor M. Hwang
        p.119                                                                                      +cite        
  • PANEL DISCUSSION: THE STRUGGLE TO CHANGE "JAP ROAD"
        James C. Ho, Sandra Tanamachi, Scott Newar, Jodi Bernstein, & George J. Hirasaki
        p.145                                                                                      +cite