Prejudice, War and the Constitution: Causes and Consequences of the Evacuation of the Japanese Americans in World War II

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Prejudice, War and the Constitution: Causes and Consequences of the Evacuation of the Japanese Americans in World War II

During World War II, 110,000 citizens and resident aliens of Japanese ancestry were banished from their homes and confined behind barbed wire for two and a half years. This comprehensive work surveys the historical origins, political characteristics, and legal consequences of that calamitous episode,

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