Preamble To The Rise Of Nativism During The 1900's

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Thirdly, the ideals of basic human rights were altered when American government sent the Japanese Americans to prison camps. The reason of imprisonment was the fear of United States government that Japanese-Americans would act as spies and remain loyal to Japanese Government. For example, Fred Korematsu - a Japanese-American who was sent to prison camp after Pearl Harbor was attacked during World War 2 - said that the American government had discriminated him based on his race and had arrested him for being a security risk without a concrete evidence (Document 5). Similarly, the rise of nativism during 1900s had led to segregation of Japanese children in school in San Francisco, California. Moreover, it can be inferred from the “Preamble to
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