Manzanar Case Study

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1. When the camp closed, Japanese people did not want to leave since they did not have anywhere to go. I do believe their fears for logical because everything had been taken from them and they were not sure how they would earn or living. During the WWII, they lost the mainly important things in their life such as home, money, and job. In fact, Manzanar was an ending for the Japanese people, and they broke under the pressure of this hurt. Papa and his family were one of the million Japanese Americans that their real problems began after the war ended. So, Papa did not like change in his life, after a while, he started to accept the difficulties that they had to live with. On the other hand, he was afraid because they did not have any money to
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