What do " The Japanese are hampered as saboteurs because of their easily recognized physical appearance mean?
The statement “The Japanese are hampered as saboteurs because of their easily recognized physical appearance was used to mean the general outlook and Japanese-Americans in the United States. According to this statement, the Japanese- Americans who had lived in the United States were more loyal than their counterparts who had lived in Japan for all their lives. Japanese in the United States had brought up children in American way and culture. They also had developed clear ways of living and working in the United States to create wealth.