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The Northwest's Dark Past Of Japanese Internment

Woman and soldier watching sun set behind Minidoka watchtower in Idaho, 1944.
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Woman and soldier watching sun set behind Minidoka watchtower in Idaho, 1944.

Ross Reynolds talks to author and historian  Richard Reeves about his new book, "Infamy: The Shocking Story Of The Japanese Internment In World War II."

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