A Broken Promise

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Title: A Broken Promise
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Subject: Social Issues
Date: October 7, 2008
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At first the social status of the Filipinos soldiers did not change as they were still discriminated against by the American people who still viewed Filipinos as "strangers." As soon as the war began, Filipinos were then seen "as members of the U.S. armed forces?" (Taraki 101)...
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armed forces?" (Taraki 101). During the war, Filipinos were encouraged to take the land once owned by U.S. residents of Japanese descent, but only to find it caused an identity problem as they feared they would be mistaken for Japanese or of Japanese descent...
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