Explain how asian americans’ lives were influenced by the larger
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- Responds to the problem.
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Explain how Asian Americans’ lives were influenced by the larger political or social factor in American society in the 1940’s-1960’s with three specific examples.
(It is fine to pick any Asian group; it is fine to pick up from one to three Asian ethnic groups; it is fine to write about only political factor or social factor or both. But the specific examples should be three. No more no less.)