To the editor — Concerning a letter in the Aug. 11 paper:
According to Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, a "concentration camp" is "a place of confinement for those considered dangerous to the regime," whereas "internment" is "to detain and confine within a definite area." Only a government would think this difference matters. To the person confined, the difference is purely academic.
Regardless, what this country did to its citizens of Japanese descent was and is immoral.