The story of the internment of Italians during World War II raises the same question we ask today about how modern liberal democracies may wage war and remain true to democratic values. As we grapple with the question of what rights are due individuals residing in this country whose ties to terrorist organizations at war with the United States cast suspicion upon their activities, the process of selective internment during World War II provides valuable lessons....
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