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For the Good of Mankind: A History of the People of Bikini and Their Islands (review)

For the Good of Mankind: A History of the People of Bikini and Their Islands (review) 492 the contemporary pacific • fall 2003 mony. Although implementation of For the Good of Mankind: A History the covenant began immediately, it of the People of Bikini and Their was not until partial termination of Islands, by Jack Niedenthal. Second the trusteeship agreement, on 3 Edition. Majuro, Marshall Islands: November 1986, that the covenant Bravo Publishers, 2001. isbn was declared fully effective by Presi- 982– 9050–02–5; xviii + 264 pages, dent Reagan. figures, maps, photographs, appen- The book then concludes with a dixes, bibliography, index. us$16.99. fascinating review of the experiences in the Commonwealth of the North- Jack Niedenthal’s work is a labor of ern Mariana Islands under the cove- love. After Ralph Waltz, Niedenthal nant during the past twenty-five years. was the second young American to Chapter 10 contains discussions of the arrive in the Marshall Islands as a major issues of these years, including, Peace Corps volunteer, marry into the among others, judicial and govern- Bikini community, and come to devote mental acceptance of the covenant’s his life to Bikinians. Niedenthal’s clauses modifying normal application Peace Corps service was a three-year of the US constitution to land rights, stint on Namu Atoll between 1981 jury trials, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

For the Good of Mankind: A History of the People of Bikini and Their Islands (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 15 (2) – Aug 7, 2003

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University of Hawai'I Press
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Copyright © 2003 University of Hawai'i Press.
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Abstract

492 the contemporary pacific • fall 2003 mony. Although implementation of For the Good of Mankind: A History the covenant began immediately, it of the People of Bikini and Their was not until partial termination of Islands, by Jack Niedenthal. Second the trusteeship agreement, on 3 Edition. Majuro, Marshall Islands: November 1986, that the covenant Bravo Publishers, 2001. isbn was declared fully effective by Presi- 982– 9050–02–5; xviii + 264 pages, dent Reagan. figures, maps, photographs, appen- The book then concludes with a dixes, bibliography, index. us$16.99. fascinating review of the experiences in the Commonwealth of the North- Jack Niedenthal’s work is a labor of ern Mariana Islands under the cove- love. After Ralph Waltz, Niedenthal nant during the past twenty-five years. was the second young American to Chapter 10 contains discussions of the arrive in the Marshall Islands as a major issues of these years, including, Peace Corps volunteer, marry into the among others, judicial and govern- Bikini community, and come to devote mental acceptance of the covenant’s his life to Bikinians. Niedenthal’s clauses modifying normal application Peace Corps service was a three-year of the US constitution to land rights, stint on Namu Atoll between 1981 jury trials,

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Aug 7, 2003

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