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Response to Eliyezer Ben Ari's "Eminent Domain" comment

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Submitted by Jim Anderson (United States), Apr 9, 2005 at 12:38

Eliyezer Ben Ari writes: "Try and imagine a similar situation in US or Canada towards Black or Asian Americans in the same fashion i.e. 'The area is too dangerous for FILL IN THE BLANKS, so all the FILL IN THE BLANKS have to leave or be expelled.'"

Americans don't have to try too hard to imagine a similar situation. It already happened, back in World War II, when Japanese-Americans were relocated into internment camps. ...
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