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Cover: The Horde: How the Mongols Changed the WorldThe Horde: How the Mongols Changed the WorldFavereau, MarieHARDCOVER04/20/2021$29.95
Cover: Dispelling the Darkness: A Jesuit’s Quest for the Soul of TibetDispelling the Darkness: A Jesuit’s Quest for the Soul of TibetLopez, Donald S.
Jinpa, Thupten
HARDCOVER04/10/2017$40.00
Cover: Tibet in Agony: Lhasa 1959Tibet in Agony: Lhasa 1959Li, Jianglin
Wilf, Susan
HARDCOVER10/10/2016$40.00
Cover: Uyghur Nation: Reform and Revolution on the Russia-China FrontierUyghur Nation: Reform and Revolution on the Russia-China FrontierBrophy, DavidHARDCOVER04/04/2016$42.00
Cover: The Buddhas of BamiyanThe Buddhas of BamiyanMorgan, LlewelynPAPERBACK05/04/2015$30.00
Cover: A Long Goodbye: The Soviet Withdrawal from AfghanistanA Long Goodbye: The Soviet Withdrawal from AfghanistanKalinovsky, Artemy M.HARDCOVER05/16/2011$40.00
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A Pattern of Violence: How the Law Classifies Crimes and What It Means for Justice, by David Alan Sklansky, from Harvard University Press

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Jacket: The Chinese Must Go: Violence, Exclusion, and the Making of the Alien in America, by Beth Lew-Williams, from Harvard University Press

Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Part II

In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we’re showcasing titles that document the Asian American experience. Our second excerpt comes from Beth Lew-Williams’s prizewinning book The Chinese Must Go: Violence, Exclusion, and the Making of the Alien in America, which historian Richard White describes as “a powerful argument about racial violence that could not be more timely.” Monday night, Gong was asleep in his tent when the vigilantes returned