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The public reason given for the placement of Japanese Americans in evacuation camps was 3) ________ A) to prevent potential sabotage. B) in response to Japan placing Americans in camps. C) proven participation in an air attack on the U.S. D) to relieve unemployment during the depression.
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User: The public reason given for the placement of Japanese Americans in evacuation camps was 3) ________ A) to prevent potential sabotage. B) in response to Japan placing Americans in camps. C) proven participation in an air attack on the U.S. D) to relieve unemployment during the depression.

Weegy: The public reason given for the placement of Japanese Americans in evacuation camps was C) proven participation in an air attack on the U.S.
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The public reason given for the placement of Japanese Americans in evacuation camps was to prevent potential sabotage.
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