Changes in the U.S. After World War II
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This paper examines the incaceration of Japanese Americans in internment camps, the stripping of their civil liberties and the affirmation of this policy by the judicary. This paper also examines the transformative change that occured within the African American community as a result of the War, and also the increased economic opportunities available to Mexican-Americans through the Bracero Program of 1942.
From the Paper:"Throughout the course of human history, war has made an indelible mark on the nations it has impressed itself upon. World War II was the titanic battle of dominating ideologies; ideologies that sought to extinguish an entire race of people; ideologies that championed authoritarianism at the expense of individual liberties; ideologies that fostered a sense of individual liberalism, freedom, democracy and the right to pursue happiness. War changes man; inevitably it changes society. War causes a reflection of..."
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