Manzanar was an internment camp for Japanese people during World War Two. The problem was more than half of those interned, were US citizens by birth. The site is now part of the National Park system and being restored/renovated.
This place is a reminder that even in modern times, freedom and liberty are our birth right and must be guarded. Rights in the Bill of Rights of the US Constitution are just that, our rights, not privelges revokable by uninformed or mal-intentioned politicians. Even our own government must be checked by the people who own it.
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