SC Case- Sean & Jack
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Pearl Harbor caused the U.S. to keep their eye on Japan.
The U.S. government is watching a Japanese man carefully.
The Supreme Court is deciding whether Japanese internment camps are legal or not. (The case is called Korematsu vs. United States)
The final decision in court was to send all people of the Japanese race to Japanese internment camps. The United States won vs. Korematsu
The US Supreme Court decided that US security was more important than what the constitution stated about equal rights.
This is important to Americans because it was a major affect of World War 2 in our country.
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