Pearl Harbor Japanese Attack

May 31st, 2015
Anonymous
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History
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Following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, some military and government officials worried about a Japanese attack on the mainland of the United States. Though they had no evidence of any plot, they were especially concerned that such an attack would be aided by some of the many residents of Japanese ancestry then living in the western states.

Defend the government’s right to single out residents of Japanese ancestry as a special threat to the United States? Write an essay in which you develop your position and rationale. Support your point of view with reasoning and examples from your studies and research.

Your essay should be from one to two pages long and follow standard conventions. In addition, if you do research, your essay must include a works cited page listing all sources used. Follow the MLA citation style

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