The opinion of virtually everyone is that Japanese internment camps were just flat out wrong. Presidents who followed Franklin D. Roosevelt, who signed Executive Order 9066, have publicly labeled the internment decision unnecessary and unjust. People of all ethnicities are ashamed that the camps ever existed. And yet, there is a movement to preserve the camps into perpetuity. Check out what is going on in this story by Justin Ewers in US News & World Report.


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