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Japanese-American internment

Chapter 35 Notes American Pageant 14th Edition APUSH

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Chapter 35 Identifications Get-Germany-first strategy ABC-1 Agreement with British adopted strategy of getting Germany first If Germany was dealt with, then Allies could focus on Japan Encountered criticism from Americans who wanted revenge on Japan Japanese Internment 110,000 Japanese-Americans lived on west coast, Americans worried that they might act as saboteurs Forced into concentration camps as precaution, authorized under Executive Order No. 9066 Caused by hysteria and prejudice. Upheld by Korematsu v U.S. End of New Deal Programs Civilian Conservation Corps, Works Progress Admin., were wiped out by conservative Congress in 1942 FDR said that New Deal reform was over, it was time to win the war War Production Board
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