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FDR's Solicitor General Withheld Evidence in Japanese Internment Cases

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Nearly 70 years after the fact, the federal government is still coming clean about its deceptions during World War II. The latest admission involves the withholding of evidence from the Supreme Court in order to preserve the Roosevelt administration's blatantly unconstitutional policy of interning thousands of U.S. residents of Japanese descent.

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