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Vernon Ross Jr. letter To Norio Higano about his objections to Executive Order 9066, and his religious objection to the war on April 12, 1942

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Ross, Vernon Jr.


Vernon Ross writes decrying the relocation of Japanese Americans and saying of the current feeling in America that: "... the mental temper is tending towards complete intolerance of all difference of opinion, religion, or race." He argues against the idea of just war, passes along contact information to an individual helping Nisei students find schools outside the areas of exclusion and gives news of the complications of being a conscientious objector to the war.
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