Editorial: Correction

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In last week’s editorial, it was stated that German- and Italian-Americans were not interned during World War II. During World War II, undocumented Italian and German immigrants in the United States were deemed “enemy aliens” and detained, relocated, stripped of their property or placed under curfew. In some cases, they were locked in internment camps.

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