Article: The Japan Times - Daniel Inouye, first Japanese-American member of Congress, to be remembered in ancestral home
Top policies analyzed: Criminal justice
Top sentiment analyzed: 66% : "The decorated World War II veteran, a towering figure in the U.S. legislative branch, was known as a strong advocate for the rights of minorities and justice for Japanese Americans sent to internment camps during the war, as well as for his efforts toward deepening Japan-U.S. relations.
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