Which statement accurately describes the U. S. government’s handling of Japanese Americans during World War II? President Roosevelt refused calls to


Which statement accurately describes the U. S. government’s handling of Japanese Americans during World War II?
President Roosevelt refused calls to intern Japanese American citizens just because of their race.
Japanese Americans were rounded up in early 1942 and deported to Japan through China.
The government made sure that Japanese Americans were fairly paid for property that they sold.
Japanese Americans on the West Coast were sent to internment camps without ever being accused of a crime.


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