The Internment Of Japanese Americans

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Many innocent Japanese American citizens were affected by Executive Order 9066. President Roosevelt ordered Executive Order 9066 out of desperation and fear. Every american citizen was on edge, and was scared after Pearl Harbor. Slowly, the fear and discrimination of Japanese Americans began. The mindset of the feared Americans was incorrect, but they saw no other option besides internment camps. They were told about the Japanese spies and since it was World War II, the citizens were in a panic. But, the internment camps were not for the best. It affected many Japanese Americans negatively, and ruined businesses and lives. The internment of the Japanese American citizens forced the relocation and incarceration of about 120,000 people.
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