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i'm not sure where to find the answer to this question, I've searched google,..but it gives too much irrelevant information.please help
what led the government to evacuate Japanese Americans from the West Coast?
a. long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
b. terrorist attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
c. fear for the safety of Japanese Americans on the West Coast
d. refusal of the Nisei to accept United Sates citizenship

thanks alot guys!

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    There were no terrorist attacks in the continental U.S., nor were the Japanese-Americans threatened by anyone else. I've never heard about the Nisei refusing to accept U.S. citizenship.

    That leaves the right answer.

    Because the Japanese Americans had a different culture and looked different than the majority, the experienced a lot of prejudice. After the Japanese attacked Hawaii, many people on the West Coast feared that Japan might invade the mainland. Of course, they also believed that the Japanese-Americans might help any invading force.

  • history - ,

    Can you sort this down to two answers that might be possible?

  • history - ,

    yea i think A and C..?

  • history - ,

    soo.. A would be correct? Ms.Sue?.

  • history - ,

    Yes, A is correct.

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