How a 1944 Supreme Court Ruling on Internment Camps Led to a Reckoning
- Analyze an Executive Order to determine the power of the executive branch.
- Evaluate Supreme Court opinions to determine the main idea and supporting details from both majority and dissenting opinions.
- Examine the methods used by Japanese-Americans to advocate for greater civil rights and liberties.
- Civics & Government
- U.S. History
- Ronald Reagan
- Supreme Court
- 1940s America
- World War II
- Race in U.S. History
- Civics and Government
- U.S. History
- How did the United States government legitimize its efforts to relocate and incarcerate Japanese-Americans?
- How did the efforts of Japanese-Americans lead to the creation of the redress movement and the repudiation of a Supreme Court decision?
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