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News Briefing: World War II Camp Preservation Proves Difficult

By Kate Golden on July 28, 2008No Comment
  • As the seventh anniversary of the Clinton Foundation’s arrival in Harlem approaches, community wounds with the former president need to be healed.  [New York Times]
  • Princeton Review’s annual guide to colleges will now include a "green rating."  [New York Times]
  • The National Park Service and grass-roots organizations try to restore a block of barracks in Idaho to recreate the living conditions that rouhgly 13,000 Japanese Americans experienced at the camp.  [Associated Press]
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