Japanese American Internment and Constitutionality

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During World War II, at the order of the U.S. government, Japanese Americans were uprooted from their everyday lives and forced to move into internment camps. This activity combines key reference with historical artifacts and primary sources documenting the lived experiences of internment to help students analyze the ways in which internment violated Japanese Americans’ civil liberties.

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