Lambert Schuyler

Lambert Schuyler - Local History
Bainbridge Island resident Lambert Schuyler was a leading advocate for Japanese-American exclusion during and after World War II. He first published his views in the widely distributed pamphlet The Japs must not come back! A practical approach to the racial problem (1944). Schuyler's opinion that Japanese residents would never assimilate stood in direct opposition to Walt and Millie Woodward who condemned the Japanese-American internment and argued in favor of internees returning to their former homes at the end of the war. Schuyler is also the author of Think Fast America" (1940); To Hell on a Toboggan (1950); Lay the Axe to the Roots (1951); Close that Bedroom Door! (1957); and Three Rebel Families (1983).

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