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  • Author:
    George R. Ariyoshi
  • ISBN:
    0824819411
  • ISBN13:
    978-0824819415
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  • Publisher:
    Ariyoshi Foundation; First Edition edition (June 1, 1997)
  • Pages:
    208 pages
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    Americas
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George Ariyoshi, born as Ryoichi Ariyoshi (有吉 良一, Ariyoshi Ryoichi, born March 12, 1926), is an American lawyer and politician who served as the third governor of Hawaii from 1974 to 1986. A Democrat, he is Hawaii's longest-serving governor and. A Democrat, he is Hawaii's longest-serving governor and the first American of Asian descent to serve as governor of a .

George R. Ariyoshi is the first state governor of Japanese ancestry in United States history. A Democrat, Ariyoshi s time in office saw the strengthening of multiculturalism in Hawaii. Ariyoshi nurtured a community-building form of government that was a model of fairness and openness to all. He worked patiently at diminishing the persistent prejudice directed against people of Japanese ancestry in America. He helped establish that ethnic minorities not only are to serve as legislators in America but in high executive office as well.

ISBN 10: 0824819411 ISBN 13: 9780824819415. Publisher: Ariyoshi Foundation, 1997. The epic story of the post-war transformation of Hawaii comes to life here, in the pages of With Obligation to All. George R. Ariyoshi was the youngest of the young Democrats who rose to power in the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii in 1954.

Mehau was also named "Neighbor Islands Coordinator" for her husband's campaign for governor. In his own 200-page autobiography, With Obligation to All, George Ariyoshi does not mention Larry Mehau at all. Ariyoshi has also served as president of the Hawaii Bar Association and served on the board of directors for First Hawaiian Bank, the Honolulu Gas Company and Hawaiian Insurance Guaranty Company.

With Obligation to All. Ariyoshi. Ariyoshi was the youngest of the young Democrats who rose to power in the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii in 1954

With Obligation to All. ISBN-13: 9780824819415. Twenty years later he became the first nonwhite governor of an American state, serving an unequaled 13 years as Hawaii's chief executive. Ariyoshi believed in equality, opportunity, and mutual obligation. In the application of his philosophy, he nurtured a community-building form of government that was a model of fairness and openness.

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Biography, Governors, Politics and government. Ariyoshi was the youngest of the young Democrats who took over the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii in 1954. Twenty years later he became the first nonwhite governor of an America. More).

The epic story of the post-war transformation of Hawaii comes to life here, in the pages of With Obligation to All.

George Ryoichi Ariyoshi (有吉良一; born March 12, 1926) is an American politician and lawyer who served as the third Governor of Hawaii from 1974 to 1986. He is a member of the Democratic Party. He assumed the governorship when John A. Burns was declared incapacitated. When he was elected, Ariyoshi became the first American of Asian descent to be elected governor of a state of the United States.

The epic story of the post-war transformation of Hawaii comes to life here, in the pages of With Obligation to All. George R. Ariyoshi was the youngest of the young Democrats who rose to power in the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii in 1954. Twenty years later he became the first nonwhite governor of an American state, serving an unequaled 13 years as Hawaii's chief executive. Ariyoshi believed in equality, opportunity, and mutual obligation. In the application of his philosophy, he nurtured a community-building form of government that was a model of fairness and openness. He worked patiently at diminishing the persistent prejudice directed against people of Japanese ancestry in America. To people of all backgrounds, he quietly but steadfastly preached a gospel of self-acceptance--of individuals contributing by being themselves.