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15,000 Japanese Americans willingly moved out of prohibited areas but other Americans weren't fond of that idea. Ten state senators ordered that states that allowed Japanese were to be locked up.
Beginning on March 24, 1942, anyone who was at least 1/16th Japanese was evacuated from their home with only a 6-day notice to pack up their things and leave. After leaving their homes, they would report to a center where they would be relocated.
In the court case of Endo V. The United States, the Supreme Court ruled that the War Relocation Authority has no right to treat the Japanese descents this way. The last camp officially closed in March of 1946.
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