America’s Once and Future Concentration Camp
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The sidearm-clad

Army MP peered through the back window of my

car, and Bella the Dog, my 110-pound Anatolian shepherd/Saint Bernard hybrid, peered

back at him from the rear seat. Bella had driven with

me on this trip from Arkansas to Texas;

on our way home, we were making a stop here, at Fort

Sill in Oklahoma—the home of Army artillery—and Bella was all toothy smiles and slobber. “Cute dog,” another

gate guard, this one a civilian, said with a smile, before waving me on post. Later, more


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