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Reactions found 111 stories, showing stories 66-70

Melissa Hernandez
I think that was not good what the did to the Japenese people.

Andres Torres
I think this web site is good this explain what happen with the japanese people during the WW2 and the causes of the attack of Pearl Harbor.

Karla Mendez
I think this web side does not have too much information about what i wanted, but the pictures were very good, they showed a lot of things

Ruben
I learned That many Japanese farmers work harder like 48-hour and also they paid a lower salaries in $12

Amiluz Pajaro
I think that was unfair for some Japanese Americans to get the bad treat[ment] that they get from Whites. I think That not all Japanese Americans were bad and get involved in the attack of Pear Harbor. Not because another people do what you don't want to do means that you are part of them too.

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