The truth about WWII internment

This letter is a continuation of my letter to The Acorn
which appeared in the July 29 issue. Its purpose is to clarify William Felsman’s letter of July 1 regarding Japanese internment, which contained spin and half-truths.

The Japanese were swept in as part of the general Oriental Exclusion Act. However, they were permitted to own real estate before the act became law. True, the government did not confiscate these properties or businesses owned by the Japanese; nonetheless, the effect...

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