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An unobjectionable means to that end was hosting a successful sporting competition.
While this change is unobjectionable to most Japanese, it is widely seen as unnecessary because the pacifist constitution imposed on Japan after World War II is already interpreted as allowing it to practice collective defense with its allies.
This was the equivalent of a Congressman drafting a sleepy, unobjectionable grain subsidy bill….and then grafting on to it a controversial new handgun policy.
While most found the crafters unobjectionable, Hajna said the Park Service insisted that any businesses on the property be connected to the conservation and recreation mission, as required by the original funding.
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