Human Flourishing In Japanese-American Internment Camps

Human Flourishing In Japanese-American Internment Camps

It is a disturbing part of American history: the internment of American citizens of Japanese descent and Japanese who were legally living in the U.S. during World War II. About 120,000 people were placed in internment camps in the western part of the U.S..

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