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blacks so therefore they're not going be able to deal with the
problem the way the Germans did but they certainly are going to
intensify their cruelty.
Wouldn't that be somewhat analogous in the context of confinement
with what happened in this country in World War II when the order was
given to evacuate the Japanese on the west coast from their homelands
and put them not in concentration camps, but restrict them to camp
areas. But yet in Hawaii--
They call them relocation camps.
Relocation camps. But yet in Hawaii, where there were so many
Japanese, there was no relocation.
That's right. Absolutely. That is a really dark stain on Mr.
Let me ask you this same question about South Africa but from a
different angle. You know, of course, about this meeting of two or
three dozen South African corporate executives with the leader of the
outlawed African National Congress. They had to go to another
country to have that meeting. Am I correct in interpreting your
previous answer to the question placed a little differently, that you
would not think that disinvestment, or divestment would undercut the
corporate leaders in South Africa who have made what some might seem
to think an astonishing move?
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