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There was nothing 'right' about it. The internment was a violation of USA law in that census data was used criminally to identify the Japanese Americans. The internment itself was morally wrong in that it violated American priciples of due process and protection of the laws of the land. This said, war in its nature is full of extremes. All nations involved in war toss out certain rules that would never be considered in peace time. After the war is over, there are always groups seeking compensation and apologies. Once you realize that all wars are a fight between nations for primacy. All nations use whatever means are available to win the fight for national survival. It is not fair after the fact to judge those actions taken during the stress and strain of battle. Instead of looking for bad guys, good guys and bogeymen, the mature way to review history is to realize that all nations strive for power and do whatever they perceive it takes to achieve that goal, even if it means damaging their own citizens.

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How many internment camps for the Japanese were there in all?

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Did the U.S. ever apologize for sending its Japanese citizens to internment camps?

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