The mass internment of Japanese Americans and the quest for legal redress / edited with introductions by Charles McClain.

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Other Authors: McClain, Charles, 1943-
Format: Book
Published: New York : Garland, 1994.
Series:Asian Americans and the law ; v. 3.
Table of Contents:
  • The decisions to relocate the North American Japanese: another look / Roger Daniels
  • Racial discrimination and the military judgment: the Supreme Court's Korematsu and Endo decisions / Nanette Dembitz
  • Mr. Justice Murphy and the Hirabayashi case / Sidney Fine
  • Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus: genealogy, evacuation, and law / Harrop A. Freeman
  • "Other non-whites" in American legal history: a review of justice at war / Neil Gotanda
  • Fancy dancing in the marble palace / Peter Irons
  • Justice, war, and the Japanese-American evacuation and internment / Arval A. Morris
  • Moving for redress / Philip Tajitsu Nash
  • The Japanese American cases--a disaster / Eugene V. Rostow
  • The case of Korematsu v. United States: could it be justified today? / Sandra Takahata
  • Wartime power of the military over citizen civilians within the country / Jacobus tenBroek
  • Collins versus the world: the fight to restore citizenship to Japanese American renunciants of World War II / John Christgau
  • Japanese relocation and redress in North America: a comparative view / Roger Daniels
  • Redress achieved, 1983-1990 / Roger Daniels
  • The Japanese American coram nobis cases: exposing the myth of disloyalty / Marc Hideo Iyeki
  • At the bar of history: Japanese Americans versus the United States / Stanley I. Kutler
  • Forging a legend: the treason of "Tokyo Rose" / Stanley I. Kutler
  • The pardoning of "Tokyo Rose": a report on the restoration of American citizenship to Iva Ikuko Toguri / Clifford I. Uyeda.