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Karen Korematsu reacts to SCOTUS decision: 'They traded one injustice for another'
As part of the Supreme Court’s June 26 travel ban decision, a 74-year-old precedent that upheld the forcible transfer of Japanese-Americans to internment camps during World War II was rejected. The daughter of the man at the center of the case spoke to The Washington Post.
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