Korematsu Vs. United States By emma beal

Side One: Korematsu

Korematsu wanted the US to admit they did something wrong when they were putting Japanese Americans without a trial.

Side Two: United States

They disagreed and felt it was necessary to put the Japanese Americans in the camps to keep the country safe. "There was evidence of disloyalty on the part of some", Washington Post. They felt that the Japanese Americans were not trust worthy and they did not want to take any chances.

Supreme Court Decision

The supreme court agreed with the United States side and felt that they should keep the country safe and not take any chances.

How did it affect the laws of the country?

It affected the laws of the country because it went against the laws and the laws were basically bent.

How did it affect the culture of the country?

Most Japanese Americans were hiding away because they didn't want their freedom to be taken.


Created with images by Phil Roeder - "United States Capitol" • DzidekLasek - "auschwitz history the museum" • (vincent desjardins) - "Deutschland : KZ Konzentrationslager Buchenwald" • zdulli - "supreme court us supreme court states" • smaedli - "Law" • Unsplash - "hiding boy girl"

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