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Print version:: Morefield, Jeanne, Covenants without swords. Bibliography text. Summary Covenants without Swords examines an enduring tension within liberal theory: that between many liberals' professed commitment to universal equality on the one hand, and their historic support for the politics of hierarchy and empire on the other. It does so by examining the work of two extremely influential British liberals and internationalists, Gilbert Murray and Alfred Zimmern.
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Similarly, Hayashi maintains that the mass of Japanese Americans at Poston and Manzanar identified with Japan, believing radio reports that Japan would reward them after victory.
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To ascribe pro-Japanese attitudes to the majority of Nisei on such evidence goes enough beyond responsible interpretation to force the reviewer to question Hayashi's overall judgment. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Sign In or Create an Account.
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