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Has the United States paid US dollars as reparations to children other than a “child” of Japanese American internees during World War II?

Has the United States paid US dollars as reparations to children other than a “child” of Japanese American internees during World War II?


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Has the United States officially paid reparations in the form of US dollars to any parties that were a "child"

"Civil Liberties Act of 1988" (PUBLIC LAW 100-383-AUG. 10,1988; Public Law 100-383, 100th Congress; 102 Stat. 903. Public Section 105. Restitution. (a)(7)(C)(ii))

a "child" of an eligible individual includes a recognized natural child, a stepchild who lived with the eligible individual in a regular parent-child relationship, and an adopted child

other than the children of an eligible individual who suffered

the fundamental injustice of the evacuation, relocation, and internment of United States citizens and permanent resident aliens of Japanese ancestry during World War II

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The Firelands was part of the Western Reserve of Connecticut in the Northwest Territory. This area is now part of Ohio, and it was reserved specifically for people burned out of their homes in Connecticut by the British during the Revolutionary War.

This is an example of early reparations, authorized by US law.



Comments:

  1. Guzshura

    I can't take part in the discussion right now - there is no free time. But I'll be free - I will definitely write what I think on this issue.

  2. Kentaro

    This is a common conditionality

  3. Hardyn

    What turns out?

  4. Octave

    Please forgive me for interrupting you.



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