Amerasia Journal 2.2 (Fall, 1974)
Editor: Megumi Dick Osumi
Publisher: Don Nakanishi
A special issue that the editors describe as follows: "we are devoting a full section to a discussion of one subject: Asian Americans and the law and civil rights."
Table of Contents:
- Past and Present: Asian Law Collective by Asian Law Collective
- Lau v. Nichols: The Right of Limited-English-speaking Students by Ling-chi Wang
- Interview with Jerry Enomoto. "Jiro 'Jerry' Enomoto is the forty-eight year old former National President of the California Correctional Center at Tehachapi, the only Asian American prison 'warden' in the nation."
- Prisons and the Asian American: From the Inside and Outside
- Campaign to Repeal the Emergency Detention Act by Raymod Okamura, Robert Takusagi, Hiroshi Kanno & Edison Uno
- A Legal Analysis of Title II by Robert Takusagi
- Broader Implications of the Campaign (A Commentary) by Hiroshi Kanno
- Therapeutic and Educational Benefits (A Commentary) by Edison Uno
- The Manzanar Riot: An Ethnic Perspective by Arthur A. Hansen and David A. Hacker
- Asian American Identity and Politics by Jerry Surh. A critique of Stanley and Derald Sue's essay in Amerasia Journal 1.2
- Personality and Mental Health: A Clarification by Stanley Sue. Stanley Sue responds to Jerry Surh
- A Living Death Defended as the Legacy of a Superior Culture by Ben Tong. Further comments from Ben Tong on the debate over Chinese American psychology.
- "The Boatmen on Toneh River" by Wakako Yamauchi. Wakako Yamauchi also had a story in Aiiieeeee!