Racially Biased Laws Which Affected the Japanese During World War II, the Alien Registration Act, the Attack of Pearl Harbor, United States of America, Cajoling the U.S. Public into Supporting Interment Camps, and Executive Order 9066

First generation Japanese immigrants refer to themselves as “issei” (pronounced “ee-say”) which is a combination of the term “one” and the term “generation”. Second generation immigrants refer to themselves as “nisei” (pronounced “nee-say”) and third generation immigrants refer to themselves as “sansei” (pronounced “saan-say”). In 1913, the state of California, United States of America passed the Alien Land Law, making owning agricultural land impossible for issei immigrants as they would now be...

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