Foreigners In America Research Paper

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Many people around the world negatively judge others on beliefs and appearances, even if that person has no connection with what group they are being judged with. “…he felt the strain of being a foreigner in an increasingly xenophobic Japan; even a German, since the defeat of the Fatherland, was unpopular.” With Germany having lost World War 2, Father Wilhelm Kleinsorge’s definite European features and his German citizenship made him a pariah amongst the people of Japan. Even now, people all over the world judge foreigners based on how they look or where they are from. “That's why the United States government has gone to court to protect the right of women and girls to wear the hijab, and to punish those who would deny it.” Before and especially

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