Jack Niedenthal. Leonard Mason. By using firsthand accounts by the people of Bikini describing their half-century of nuclear exodus, this important book journeys through the Marshallese and Bikinian cultures from ancient to modern times. The book assures that these traditional stories will be available for others to read, but perhaps most importantly, for younger generations of islanders. Stayman U. Compact of Free Association Negotiator
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For the Good of Mankind: A History of the People of Bikini and Their Islands by Jack Niedenthal
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BOOK REVIEW: "For the Good of Mankind" by Jack Niedenthal
An insider's look at the people of Bikini Atoll, site of 23 U. Author Jack Niedenthal relates the history of the people he has lived with for almost 20 years via interviews and personal experiences. The book assures that these traditional stories will be available for others to read, but perhaps most importantly, for younger generations of islanders. Niedenthal's skillful use of oral history enables the Bikinians to tell much of their own story, and his personal reflections about that history and his own involvement with the community enrich the account. A welcome and useful contribution to Pacific Islands studies.
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