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120,000 men, women and children, mostly US citizens, were imprisoned in American concentration camps during World War 2. The victims' 45-year quest for justice was as dramatic as it was complicated—by a community divided, a partisan Congress and a reluctant President. Documentarian Janice D. Tanaka weaves never-before-seen footage, exclusive interviews with players speaking for the first time and recently declassified documents into an epic political thriller of lies, deceit and a shocking coverup with an ending that you will never see again.
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