Also like the Chinese, the Japanese did not sit idly by while they were being discriminated against. In other words, they wanted to be as American as everybody else. before 1951, and they also mainly worked in the sugarcane plantations of Hawai'i. However, everything changed when World War 2 started. S.'s treatment towards Asians became more extreme, for better and for worse, once the war began. After the Japanese navy attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941, it set off an overwhelming wave of racism, prejudice, and ignorance.
Japan agreed to stop issuing passports for Japanese workers to go to the U. territory residents and yes, they too worked mainly in agriculture.
S., even though this did not seriously reduce the amount of Japanese immigrants coming into the U. Nonetheless, the Japanese were subjected to the same discriminatory laws and prejudices that the Chinese endured earlier, including restrictions on their rights to own land and become citizens. During this period before 1940, these Asian groups tried as best as they could, given the restrictions placed upon them, to make a living for themselves and to become as integrated into American life as possible.
These actions taken by the Chinese and Japanese to fight for their rights demonstrates an incredible determination to not only become citizens of the U. Eventually, other Asian groups followed the Chinese and Japanese into the U. As many historians points out, the validity of this interpretation is still debateable.
Further, historians point out that even if there were efforts to recruit Japanese Americans as spies, and even if a few eventually became spies, to then penalize an entire ethnic group based on the actions of just a few is completely unjustifiable. I.) who concluded that Japanese Americans did not constitute a security threat.
Every Japanese American who was imprisoned was eventually forced to prove their loyalty by answering two questions -- (1) whether or not they would be willing to be drafted to fight in the war or volunteer as a nurse and (2) whether they would swear to obey all the laws of the U. This episode serves as an example of how Japanese Americans were eager to prove their patriotism and loyalty to the U.
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