How Long Do We Have to Apologize?

Posted by on September 16, 2010 in Apologizing for history, Douglas Thomas Wallace |

On Monday, the Japanese Foreign Minister apologized to a W.W.II veteran group who had survived the Bataan Death March. The 90 year-old leader of the group was not satisfied with that. He wanted an apology from the private companies who, “used and abused,” prisoners in their mines and factories. My grandpa is a W.W.II veteran […]

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