Remembering the Summer of '42

Mr. Olson, if you were deprived of your constitutional rights; if you were heavily spied upon by your own government; if you were told where to and how to live; if you were to lose your property with little or no compensation; if you were ordered to move to desolate areas of the country to live in "relocation camps" bounded by barbed wire and guard towers--how would you feel about internment then?

Kerry Kaneko


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