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8/6/08 9:22 AM CA INTERNATIONAL WWII & EFFECTS I. WWII a. Abroad b. Home Front i. Defense Industry + Population Change ii. Discrimination 1. Internment camps 2. “restrictive housing covenants” 3. public facility 4. Asians a. WWII China = ally b. Post WWII China after 1949 c. 1913 Japanese excluded from owning land II. International Relations a. US Alliances i. Mexico 1. Sleepy Lagoon 2. Zoot Suit Riots ii. Chinese-US/Japan-US 1940-1970 2/3 states 90% cities I. Economic i. Industry o Aircraft 1939 - $2.8e9 1944 - $10e9 o Agriculture 1939 - $625e6 1944 - $1.74e9 o Federal Spending
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1930 - $190e6 1945 - $8.5e9 o War Growth o How did money get appropriated? Governors active nationally especially from 40s onward o Where does CA get labor? Bracero Program ” (1942-64) – 2/3 of Braceros came to CA wages of immigrant workers to be similar to those paid to non-Mexico workers who worked in the area II. Social i. 1944-1945 o 1e6 o 660,000 – SoCAL o urbanization in SoCAL o increase in interaction positive negative o conflicts over housing
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