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 Has anyone heard about Nixon's Executive Order 11647?

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March Mellow



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PostSubject: Has anyone heard about Nixon''s Executive Order 11647?   Wed May 13, 2009 6:32 pm

While I have not investigated this, nor have I read the text of regionalism, I keep running across blog posts about it. By the way we are in region 4.
I am no Nixonian scholar, but I can't believe all the rhetoric about dictatorship and regionalism, and of course, off some sites go into the threat of concentration camps.
Could anyone net-savvier than me locate what it really said?
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