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Historymidterm_anon - Nicholas Chan 1 Passage Option 3 The Japanese have adapted well to the lifestyle in the internment camp When news about the

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Nicholas Chan 1. Passage Option 3. The Japanese have adapted well to the lifestyle in the internment camp. When news about the camp closing had spread, most were very unhappy about the idea. The families had given up everything they had to move to this camp. Now they must lose everything that they had gained at this camp to move on to a new location, only without government support. The parents didn’t think much about paying bills or getting food on the table in the camp, the government handled all of that. This is why it isn’t a surprise to see Papa waiting out as much as he can before the government had moved them. By waiting it out, Papa’s family still had meals to eat and a roof under to sleep, much like a second . Papa didn’t have his fishing license anymore, much less his boat and nets were gone. Reasonably, the government handled the moving expenses, but ultimately Papa relied on his son to gather the supplies for his job due to the changes in the California law. In the end, Japanese families were in a lose-lose situation with the government
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2008 for the course HST 202 taught by Professor Na during the Fall '07 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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Historymidterm_anon - Nicholas Chan 1 Passage Option 3 The Japanese have adapted well to the lifestyle in the internment camp When news about the

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