How The White Establishment Waged A ‘War’ On Chinese Restaurants In The U.S.

A photo taken of a Chinatown street in 1930 in Los Angeles.

Though Chinese restaurants are now an American staple, during the late 1800s and early 1900s, some Americans staged a multi-pronged effort to shut them down.

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