anonymous
  • anonymous
Could someone check over my thesis statement on "Japanese American Internment Camps" Will Medal
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Coming to America in the late 1800's many Japanese believed they would start a new prosperous life in America. As the years went on they weren't going to get the life they truly wanted. After the surprising attack on the Pearl Harbor. With constant spreading of how the Japanese Americans knew about the ordeal, President Roosevelt had to take action. "On Thursday, February 19, 1942, President Roosevelt issued the Executive Order 9066, which called for an evacuation of Japanese Americans on the west coast with the excuse of a “military necessity.” The government’s hasty enforcement of Executive Order 9066 in reaction to public hysteria, not only violated the rights of Japanese Americans, but also resulted in unnecessary effort and attention towards the internment camps." (History.com)
anonymous
  • anonymous
looks legit to me
anonymous
  • anonymous
@kmullis6 @Astrophysics (I know you do math but thought you could help here too)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@whiteboyisrad should I add anything?
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmmm I honestly don't know you want a second opinion tho
anonymous
  • anonymous
you may wanna change weren't to were not
anonymous
  • anonymous
its the same thing
anonymous
  • anonymous
are you presenting it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
not orally
anonymous
  • anonymous
just writing it then turning it in
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok never mind then ^.^

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