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Apr 25th Notes - 04-25-2007 Background Early years in...

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04-25-2007 Background Early years in America Opposition to Japanese presence Labor Unions- not fond of immigrants SF schools issue 1906- intolerant of Japanese school children Land owning 1913- immigrants banned from land owning US Japanese competition in the Far East Competing empires Open door Philippines Competitive Naval Building Immigration Restriction- Japanese banned from immigrating Gradual decline of American bias Economic success Position in Los Angeles Market gardening- raise crops for city market Employers of newer immigrants Behavioral assimilation Issei first generation(aliens), Nisei second generation (citizens),& Kibei (citizens that were educated in Japan) Outbreak of the War Japanese choose sides- volunteered in overwhelming proportions for the US Military One month of toleration- had widespread support until things went sour, politicians were the cause of their imprisonment Decline of toleration US defeats Panic in the military- in the office of DeWitt- Commander First plan for removal, 12-10-1942- more needed to be moved than less
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