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True or False!

Before the end of the war, the supreme court declared the internment of Japanese Americans unconstitutional.

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    What is your answer? Why?

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    i don't know but i know when the war ENDED Americans began to see the injustice that had been done to the Japanese Americans. During the war Japanese Americans loose there liberties. Authorities gathered them up ans relocated them to internment camps.
    So I Don't know if its TRUE or FALSE?

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    Please read the site I posted. It should clarify this question for you.

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    I didn't see that, Well its False.

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    It's false. The Supreme Court ruled that the internment was constitutional.

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    Thanks again Ms. Sue

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    You're welcome, Kathy.

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