The question is:
The quote below was written during the 1940s:
"The senselessness of all the inactive manpower. . . . [M]en who are able and willing to do all they can to lick the Axis. . . . Why won't America let us?"
Based on the quote, which conclusion can be made about the United States during World War II?
A. Minority groups living in the United States contributed more to the war effort than the government realized.
B. Minority groups living in the United States felt that they were able to contribute equally to the U.S. war efforts.
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C. The government feared that certain groups might work to sabotage and not help U.S. efforts in the war.
D. The government had more than enough able bodies to win the war that they turned volunteers away.
I think it's B, but someone said that was wrong? I think it's the one that makes the most sense.
The answer is C
If you go in depth when learning about World War II you will learn that the US actually moved Japanese immigrants into concentration camps located in the western United States far from large cities like San Francisco. The US feared they could rebel on US soil and cause massive destruction.