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Nineteen fifteen was a pivotal year for art in Los Angeles. Paintings of the adjacent countryside, already widely popular, became even more so that year, propelled by a rising tide of cultural progressivism, World War I, and the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. Those events raised art...
Southern California women, through local chapters of the People’s Council of America for Democracy and Terms of Peace, actively resisted American involvement in World War I. Vilified, threatened, and refused meeting places and publicity, these women activists persisted in their cause. This...
Public opinion polls taken between 1939 and 1945 questioned Americans’ attitudes toward Japan and Germany and toward the people of Japan and Japanese Americans. The polls’ quantified responses provide previously overlooked data that should be taken into account by scholars of Japanese American...
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