Which Of The Following Best Describes The Gentlemen`s Agreement Of 1907

The Japanese government did not want to harm its national pride or suffer humiliation as the Qing government did in China in 1882 through the Chinese Exclusion Act. The Japanese government has agreed to stop granting passports to workers who attempt to enter the United States unless those workers come to occupy a previously acquired home to join a relative; spouse; or child or take active control of a previously acquired farm. [10] Chinese immigration to California exploded during the gold rush of 1852, but the strict Japanese government practiced a policy of isolation that prevented Japanese emigration. It was not until 1868 that the Japanese government began to restrict and Japanese immigration to the United States began. Anti-Chinese sentiment motivated American entrepreneurs to recruit Japanese workers. In 1885, the first Japanese workers arrived in the then independent Kingdom of Hawaii.[2] . .

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