Remember the unfinished walls and ceiling that greeted the internees at Heart Mountain? Here's a representation of what the rooms looked like after they'd been there for a few years. Most of the furniture was handmade, and as you can see, there are amenities like curtains as well as magazines to read and games to play. A definite improvement, and yet the residents were still imprisoned behind barbed wire.
What do you think about the whole internment process? Should it have happened? Can you imagine it happening again?
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