Daniel K. Inouye: An American Story Trailer

Daniel K. Inouye: An American Story Trailer (2004)

01 January 2004

Track the life of Japanese American Daniel K. Inouye from his days as a World War II soldier to his tenure as a U.S. Senator from Hawaii. In addition to sharing Inouye's many triumphs, this documentary also explores his home state's modern history. Featuring interviews with Inouye and other prominent politicians, this powerful story of courage, dedication and patriotism aims to inspire and illustrates the diversity of the American experience.

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