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I appreciate the story, because I was also in Stillwater, OK in 1945, where my father also taught Japanese at Oklahoma A&M for
approx. 6 months at which time the program ended. I was in the 5th grade, but did not feel the prejudice that Mr. Iwamoto felt.

It is amazing how people those day were capable to change everything in their life for a better future.. well today its pretty the same picture, people moving around the world.

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