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A new book of photographs illustrates the before and after of Japanese Americans being rounded up and imprisoned in camps.

Photos of Japanese incarceration shed new light on our un-American past

A new book of photographs illustrates the before and after of Japanese Americans being rounded up and imprisoned in camps.

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