Citizen 13660 - Pages 168 - 188 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 168 - 188 Summary and Analysis

A mass gathering is held, a memorial service to honor a Japanese American soldier who died in battle. The American Legion participates.

Arts and crafts are big in the camp. Everything from vases to toys to garments to tools are fashioned by the residents from whatever is at hand. Craftspeople display a remarkable resourcefulness, considering what little is available to make items from.

Recreation comes in the form of ping-pong, cards, basketball, tennis, golf, and baseball, with baseball being the most popular. Sumo performances are given for those interested in traditional Japanese sports. Kites are also popular, as are talent shows and plays stage either in the mess halls or out in the open.

Like the outside world, there are scrap-metal drives and blood donations to help with the war effort. On January 29, 1943, Roosevelt announces that there is a...

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