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The Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami

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Hudson Institute extends its deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathy to the people of Japan in the aftermath of Friday’s earthquake and tsunami. Hudson has a long and storied relationship with the people of Japan, going back fifty years to the days of our founder, Herman Kahn.


 


Our hearts are with the Japanese people as they struggle with the great loss of life and continuing adversities.


 


If you are interested in helping, please visit these noteworthy organizations:

 


AmeriCares


 


Doctors Without Borders


 


Red Cross 


 

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