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was a bipartisan disaster
- and how both Japanese American and Arab/Muslim American leaders have united
to undermine America's safety. With trademark fearlessness, Malkin adds desperately needed perspective to the ongoing debate about the balance between civil liberties and national security. In Defense of Internment will outrage, enlighten, and radically change the way you view the past-and the present.
I did not read the whole book, only the pages on this website, however I can add a useful observation to this discussion, having lived next door to a Japanese family for several... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
If I could give this book a minus million, I would. Her lack of research skills is so obvious it hurts. Malkin uses outdated and false information to make her case. Read morePublished 5 days ago by L. Card
Completely accurate. My uncle was killed at Pearl Harbor and we have yet to receive any form of "reparations".Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
I am normally a very chill person. I normally do not write on public forums, but as the grandchild of someone who was interned, this book makes me sick. Read morePublished 4 months ago by browncoat57
Full of her bigoted and misguided views on race, justice and liberty. She threw away over 60 years of solid research and just wrote a book full of lies and far right hatred.Published 5 months ago by Henry Parrish Jr
There isn't much I can add that hasn't already said about this book except for the book exemplifies the attitude I see so often in the political realm. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Derek W. Logue
Excellent book. As a white American I've grown up being preached to and taught that the Japanese Internment was so wrong, racially motivated and just evil. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dr. Robert S. Hoover
"Malkin lives with her husband and children in Maryland" is a sentence that chills me to the BONE. What would I do if I ran into this person outside of The Fractured Prune in... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ann Coleman