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Those on the west coast (declared military zones) were placed in internment camps for three years, many losing their homes and businesses. They were also discriminated against, as people felt all Japanese were untrustworthy after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The Propaganda campaigns during World War II included considerable anti-Asian racism.

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Q: How were Japanese Americans treated after the bombing of Pearl Harbor?
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