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Letter to: Prime Minister Mackenzie King.
Prime Minister Mackenzie King,
I am one of the thousands of Japanese Canadians that were mistreated during the Second World War. I am writing to you to express my thoughts on our treatment. Although most of your decisions during the war were well made, you made a grave mistake when you chose to imprison Canada's entire resident Japanese.
First of all, most of the people you imprisoned were only Japanese in their ancestry. Most of us had lived in Canada all our lives and didn't even speak the Japanese language. To the Japanese we were Canadian, but to the Canadians we were Japanese. The…
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