Once again the argument emerges as a matter of municipal policy and whilst the competition for a piece of Kansas City's busted budget grows more intense.
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Examples of reparations awarded in this country range from Japanese Americans interned during World War II, to survivors of police abuse in Chicago and descendants of the victims of a 1923 massacre in Rosewood, Florida. Now, some people are making the case for reparations in Kansas City. He called it "smart economics."