Japanese Railroad Workers During World War II: Article Analysis

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The documents showed the changes between segregation and desegregation and the injustices that are still being examined today. "H. M. Peterson's Letter about Japanese Railroad Workers during World War II" showed how was made worse by the fear of the enemy and the power held by those in control. Even if there were guidelines as to who was suspected there were many generalizations, overwrites, or preconceived bias. Then, it took years for any injustices to gain evidence to overturn them. With "Sammy Davis Jr. on the Segregation of African American Entertainers in Las Vegas" and "Lena Horne on Entertaining in Las Vegas." Even if you were famous and in Nevada you still couldn’t stay where you preformed at. Performing, was like the 15 minutes of

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