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February 9, 2000
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A Jewish group is urging Congress to approve the Clinton administration’s proposal to preserve the sites where Japanese Americans were interned during World War II. The American Jewish Committee said in a statement that the proposal, which would cost $4.8 million according to President Clinton’s 2001 budget plan, would preserve a “lesson of a tragic story of intolerance and betrayal.”

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