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The issue of discrimination has been one that has been with our country for years. It became an issue again with the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City. It is known that people of Arab decent were behind the attack. Because of that, a huge issue of racial profiling has come up as people look at all people of that decent as evil terrorists. Most of these people have been living in the United States all their lives, and have done nothing to warrant the accusations. The question then becomes, should we let these people go on living innocent until proven guilty, or should we make an exception in this case? Our nation has lived by the code of “innocent until proven guilty” since its creation so many years ago, but not in cases such as this. Only twice in our history have our borders been broken into by foreign enemies who have launched an attack on us. The first was during World War 2, when the Japanese flew over Pearl Harbor and bombed it. The second was recently with the aforementioned World Trade Center attacks. In the first case, the Japanese-Americans …
 
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