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Ford Signing Proclamation
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Chapman University Digital Commons
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Chapman University, Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives
UPI - Gerald R. Ford
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President Ford is applauded after signing a proclamation at the White House terminating the executive order which led to the uprooting of more than 10,000 Japanese-Americans during World War II. At left are Sen. Daniel K. Inouye and Rep. Patsy Mink, both Democrats of Hawaii. Second from right is Sen. Hiram L. Fond, R-Hawaii.
Gerald R. Ford
American Politics
President/Executive Department
United States History
UPI - Gerald R. Ford

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