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After the attack on Pearl Harbor, many Japanese Americans were rounded up and sent to internment camps.
They were forced to live in cramped quarters and received small rations.
Is this really necessary? Taking people out of society and putting them in a place like this just because of their race?
You are here for your own protection!
If this is for our own protection, why are their guns pointed inward?
The Americans think that we will turn on them because our ancestors are Japanese
But many Japanese Americans are American soldiers!
I know, but the government and the American people are afraid
When will the American people realize that our race does not determine our loyalty?
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