Japanese Internment & Korematsu v. United States

Japanese Internment & Korematsu v. United States

Korematsu v. United States - encyclopedia article - Citizendium

Korematsu v. United States - encyclopedia article - Citizendium

Korematsu v. United States - Wikipedia

Korematsu v. United States - Wikipedia

Peter Irons, Karen Korematsu, and Eric Paul Fournier talk about the 1944 Supreme Court case [Korematsu V. United States], in which the court ruled that Japanese internment camps were necessary for…

Peter Irons, Karen Korematsu, and Eric Paul Fournier talk about the 1944 Supreme Court case [Korematsu V. United States], in which the court ruled that Japanese internment camps were necessary for…

Before Gideon v. Wainwright (1963), criminals were not give an  attorney if they were too poor for one.

Before Gideon v. Wainwright (1963), criminals were not give an attorney if they were too poor for one.

Korematsu vs. United States  In 1944, Korematsu refused to be separated from his Italian-American girlfriend, which is violation of the Civilian Exclusion Order No. 34. The court sided with the government, and he was found guilty.  Significance: The government felt the need to protect against espionage over Korematsu's rights as a human.

Korematsu vs. United States In 1944, Korematsu refused to be separated from his Italian-American girlfriend, which is violation of the Civilian Exclusion Order No. 34. The court sided with the government, and he was found guilty. Significance: The government felt the need to protect against espionage over Korematsu's rights as a human.

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