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The grandson of poor japanese immigrants, Daniel Inouye lived a amazing life. Because of racism, Asian Americans were not allowed in the Army. Inouye didnt give up until he was abel to join in 1943. He lead his troops forward, though he lost an arm and was near death. He later served as Hawaii’s first U.S. representative Then he served as a US. senator for 49 year’s. Inouye earned the Metal of Honor, the top military award. After he died, he also recieved the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

 

Answer Key:

The grandson of poor Japanese immigrants, Daniel Inouye lived an amazing life. Because of racism, Asian Americans were not allowed in the Army. Inouye didn't give up until he was able to join in 1943. He led his troops forward, though he lost an arm and was near death. He later served as Hawaii’s first U.S. representative. Then he served as a U.S. senator for 49 years. Inouye earned the Medal of Honor, the top military award. After he died, he also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

 

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