Supreme Court Urged to Correct Korematsu Decision

, The National Law Journal


An effort was launched Wednesday urging the U.S. Supreme Court to repudiate the decisions it handed down nearly 70 years ago upholding the government's internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II.

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  • Susan Hayase

    Thank you, Peter Irons et al.

  • What about the internment of Italians during World War II?

    Why stop there?

    What about the internment of Italians during World War II?

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