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"About 630 American-born Japanese over the age of 17, now at the Poston (AZ.) relocation center, were found to be openly disloyal or of questionable loyalty to the United States, the Dies subcommittee learned at its hearing yesterday in the Federal Building...The question of loyalty was part of a general questionnaire which was submitted to the [internees] by the W.R.A. in efforts to determine who could be released from the center to work on the outside...Among the 630 there were 606 men and 24 women."

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600 Nisei Judged Disloyal (L.A. Times, 1944)

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