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1)Introduction
a)Russian-American are treated comparatively to Japanese-Americans during the beginning of World War II
b)The rise of Russophobia and the discrimination towards Russian-Americans.
2)1st Paragraph
a)The spark of the Ukraine war is similar to World War II?s pearl Harbor
3)2nd Paragraph
a)Financial Ramification on Russian-Americans
b)How sanctions affect Russian-Americans
4)3rd Paragraph
a)Discrimination of Americans towards Russian-American
5)Conclusion
a)What is the boundary that would separate the treatment of Russian-Americans currently to the treatment of Japanese-Americans during the late 1940s?
b)What can we do to prevent from history repeating itself?

References:
ANNE D?INNOCENZIO and HALELUYA HADERO AP Business Writers. (2022, March 17). Russian businesses in US face backlash from war in Ukraine. ABC News. https://abcnews.go.com/Lifestyle/wireStory/russian-businesses-us-face-backlash-war-ukraine-83502963
Letters to the Editor. (2022, March 8). Hostility toward Russians living in the U.S. is a shocking display of misguided prejudice. Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2022/03/08/plowshares-or-swords/
Motyl. (2022, March 31). How Putin made Russophobia. The Hill. Retrieved April 1, 2022, from https://thehill.com/opinion/international/600439-how-putin-made-russophobia/
Myers, D. M. (2018). Connect With LearnSmart for Myers: Social Psychology, 13/E (13th ed.) [E-book]. McGraw-Hill Higher Education (US).

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