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Auschwitz Tourism

In his Feb. 14 letter about former plantation slave quarters he visited near Charleston, S.C., Daniel Cano states: “Imagine bed-and-breakfasts and gift shops at Auschwitz, Poland; at the camp in California. . . .”

Well, I haven’t made it to Manzanar yet. However, I did visit Auschwitz a few years ago, and not only do they have a large gift shop there, they also had food vendors and others floating around.

The exploitation sites aren’t confined to any one ethnic group.

NORM GALSTON

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Woodland Hills


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