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HALF-LIFE The book was disturbing-not only because of a story that didnt have many moments of levity but also because it rambled on redundantly about how Ichiro was torn between America and Japan right and wrong up and down and whatever else he could conjure up to keep him from working However the book does have valid points useful content and alluring ideas The book No-No Boy is the FIRST fiction book EVER written by an Asian-American writer and now it has a following of Asian-Americans referring to it as a voice that all yellows have been trying to get out A voice that screams of injustice and pain from the belly of America or Japan or some gray area in-between I will be glad to put this book on my shelf and save it for a time when I feel like my life is meaningless and I have no where to go so it will kick me in my ass and flog me with reassurance With that being said we can now discuss the shift in both Americanism and nationalism as it pertains to community and who gets effectedaffected Americanism by definition is a custom or other cultural characteristic typical of the people of the US also devotion to the customs etc of the US This definition is a difficult one to work with What is typical of the US when the US is a country consisting of cultures from around the world a confluence of traditions ethics religion colors mentalities and outlooks on life The only thing all Americans have is a right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness But this story takes place in wartime and when war is present the rules change America as an entity has to protect itself against those with whom it is at war and when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor America re-wrote the rulebook This revised edition revoked even the most basic rights the
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