The Japanese Americansby Barry Moreno
The experience of Japanese immigrants to North America was very different from that of other groups. In the 19th century Japan was a highly structured, isolated society. Little by little, however, Japanese students, scientists, and officials were allowed to come to the United States. The country's peasants were heavily taxed to pay for these trips. This in turn caused the peasants to leave-but in secret.
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