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Constitution, US Politics

Japanese internment – where was the Constitution?

Follow the link at the end (if it doesn’t work just paste into your browser)… Where was the Constitution in all of this? Truth be told? So long as an overwhelming majority support an action the constitution will not enter into the equation…

** Pain and redemption of WWII interned Japanese-Americans **
Seventy years ago, in the wake of the Pearl Harbor attacks, the US West Coast was cleared of Japanese-Americans. More than 110,000 people were put into internment camps, in the largest official forced relocation in US history, reports the BBC’s Cordelia Hebblethwaite.




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