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Resource ID: #14672
Subject: Federal Government
Source: Peace & Change
Affiliation: 
Date: April, 1998

Description

The article reviews the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. It discusses the social constructs that led up to the imprisonment, and whether or not those constructs still exist to the extent that such a policy could happen again.

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