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Interview with Mike Tokunaga

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Title:Interview with Mike Tokunaga
Contributors:Mecham, Larry (interviewer)
Tuttle, Jr., Daniel W. (interviewer)
Tokunaga, Mike (interviewee)
Keywords:Ethnic Relations
Politics - Hawaii
Politics - National
State Government
World War II
Date Issued:1989
Series:Hawaii Political History Documentation Project
Source:17-18-1-89, 17-19-1-89, 17-20-2-89, 17-21-2-89
Description:Democratic party organizer reflects on his Maui childhood, 100th Infantry Battalion experiences in World War II, building of the Democratic party, Hawaii statehood movement, and gubernatorial campaigns of John Burns, George Ariyoshi, and John Waihee.
sugar plantation field laborer, soldier, party organizer; Japanese; male
Interview conducted in English.
Pages/Duration:77 pages
Coverage (Spatial):Honolulu, Oahu
Appears in Collections: Hawai‘i Political History Documentation Project

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