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An expert on concentration camps says that’s exactly what the U.S. is running at the border.

If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck.

“Things can be concentration camps without being Dachau or Auschwitz.” 
Surely, the United States of America could not operate concentration camps. In the American consciousness, the term is synonymous with the Nazi death machines across the European continent that the Allies began the process of dismantling 75 years ago this month. But while the world-historical horrors of the Holocaust are unmatched, they are only the most extreme and inhuman manifestation of a concentration-camp system—which, according to Andrea Pitzer, author of One Long Night: A Global History of Concentration Camps, has a more global definition. There have been concentration camps in France, South Africa, Cuba, the Soviet Union, and—with Japanese internment—the United States. In fact, she contends we are operating such a system right now in response to a very real spike in arrivals at our southern border.

Read the article published in Esquire 

 

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