WEEK 3 - W EEK 3-2 The executive order 9066 was created by...

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WEEK 3-2 The executive order 9066 was created by Franklin D. Roosevelt on February 19, 1942. It forced all the Japanese or those who had Japanese ancestry in America into internment camps where they were to be isolated from the rest of America's population for fear of Japanese spies giving information to American enemies. The Fifth Amendment states that no person shall be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of the law. So Roosevelt executive order 9066 was not constitutional at all but the nation was at war and fear of the enemy was all around them Japanese Americans lived in makeshift barracks divided into what were euphemistically apartments to which there weren’t much privacy for anyone on the camp even in the toilet and bathing facilities. Resources were limited to start so as more people come the less there were. Meals were served three times a day with no second helpings. Traditional Japanese style food was replaced with American style food. Japanese Americans were encouraged to work as proof of their loyalty and did
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WEEK 3 - W EEK 3-2 The executive order 9066 was created by...

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