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February 20, 1998 | JULIE TAMAKI and TOM SCHULTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Fifty-six years after Alicia Nishimoto and Carmen Mochizuki were forced from their homes in Peru and deported to American internment camps, an apology may finally be nearing from their kidnapper: the U.S. government.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 20, 1998 | JULIE TAMAKI and TOM SCHULTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Fifty-six years after Alicia Nishimoto and Carmen Mochizuki were forced from their homes in Peru and deported to American internment camps, an apology may finally be nearing from their kidnapper: the U.S. government.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 29, 1996 | MAKI BECKER
Activists fighting for redress for Peruvians of Japanese descent who were deported from Latin America and forced into U.S. prison camps during World War II announced Wednesday the launch of a campaign to put pressure on the government to make a formal apology and offer reparations. The "Campaign for Justice" was announced by Robin Toma, a civil rights attorney representing three Japanese Peruvians in a lawsuit filed Wednesday in federal court.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 29, 1996 | MAKI BECKER
Activists fighting for redress for Peruvians of Japanese descent who were deported from Latin America and forced into U.S. prison camps during World War II announced Wednesday the launch of a campaign to put pressure on the government to make a formal apology and offer reparations. The "Campaign for Justice" was announced by Robin Toma, a civil rights attorney representing three Japanese Peruvians in a lawsuit filed Wednesday in federal court.
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February 13, 1992
Sometimes, it seems, the American people show more common sense and intelligence than our politicians. Citizens' understanding of U.S. economic problems appears to be sophisticated and nuanced: Unlike some politicians and some U.S. auto makers, they are unwilling to blame Japan for virtually all of America's ills, even though they realize the Japanese are very difficult negotiators and the U.S.-Japanese trade imbalance remains too large.
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