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The following quotation is from a 1905 newspaper interview with Eugene E. Schmitz, San Francisco's mayor: "The Japanese are far more dangerous to us than the Chinese. . . . It is my firm belief that an exclusion act, even more stringent than the present one, should be passed in the matter of the Japanese immigrants. . . . The Chinese are dangerous enough, but the Japanese would drive all competition out of business." Source: http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?ammem/rbpe: @field%28DOCID+@lit%28rbpe0020220a%29%29

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  1. starrhunter
    • 3 years ago
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    Which of these do the mayor's comments foreshadow? (3 points) the Gentlemen's Agreement and the Great Migration the Chinese Exclusion Act and the Japanese Exclusion Act school segregation and the Gentlemen's Agreement closing of Japanese businesses and the Immigration Act of 1924

  2. kelliegirl33
    • 3 years ago
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    The Chinese Exclusion Act and the Japanese Exclusion Act http://www.loc.gov/teachers/classroommaterials/connections/time-capsule/thinking6.html I think :)

  3. starrhunter
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    thanks :)

  4. kelliegirl33
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    anytime

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