The suggestion by two prominent tech figures that Google and Silicon Valley are crawling with Chinese spies comes at a time of rising xenophobia.
A similar wave hit the US 40 years ago when Japanese carmakers were outselling US companies.
That led to mass layoffs and toxic anti-Japanese sentiment that led to the beating death of a Chinese American named Vincent Chin. It's a lesson we'd be wise to keep in mind.
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