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The Japanese in Latin America

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Examines Japanese agricultural colonies in Latin America, as well as the subsequent cultural networks that sprang up within and among them, and the changes that occurred as the Japanese moved from wage labor to ownership of farms and small businesses. This is a comprehensive study of the patterns of Japanese migration on the continent as a whole.
Paperback, 368 pages
Published November 7th 2003 by University of Illinois Press (first published June 1st 1999)
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