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Hostility against Japanese Americans increased during World War II after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. After the war, there was still hostility towards them.
Even after the war, some people believed that a lot of Japanese Americans were Japanese spies.
There is still prejudice today against Japanese Americans. It has decreased a lot over the past fifty years.
For more information, please see Japanese Internment (Relocation) Camps
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