Korematsu v. United States
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What if you were a native-born Japanese American in 1942, what do you think would have been your reaction to the internment order?
Similar to Korematsu, I would have disobeyed the executive order. I would have fought for my fundamental freedoms as an American citizen all the way to the end.
The Korematsu case has been described as involving “the most alarming use of military authority in our nation’s history.”Do you think this description of the case is justified?
The Court’s decision in the Korematsu case is “the most alarming use of military authority in our nation’s history.” The Korematsu case proved that the Constitution can easily be abused to, and by, the fullest of power; therefore, the description of the case is justified.
How this case has had an effect on today......
The Court decision in Korematsu means that during a time of war, technically now, President Trump has the right to place people of "threat" in internment camps and it would NOT be a violation of fundamental rights.
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