Civil Liberties during WW2 (USA)Posted 7 years Ago

At 1/3/2014 6:03:51 PM, imabench wrote:
At 1/3/2014 3:46:28 PM, jp16103 wrote:
Hello,
I am doing some research on the violations of civil liberties during World War 2 by the United States government on its people. Could you please give me a list of some violations such as the:
- Internment Camps
-Draft
-Executive Order 9066
I've been doing some Google searches and most of the stuff I find is on the camps so anything else that is more "unknown" would be appreciated. Specific acts would help a ton.
Thanks.

Pretty sure that the army was segregated as hell and black soldiers treated like garbage by their white officers...

I forgot about that. Thanks. Anything else?
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Civil Liberties during WW2 (USA)Posted 7 years Ago

Hello,
I am doing some research on the violations of civil liberties during World War 2 by the United States government on its people. Could you please give me a list of some violations such as the:
- Internment Camps
-Draft
-Executive Order 9066
I've been doing some Google searches and most of the stuff I find is on the camps so anything else that is more "unknown" would be appreciated. Specific acts would help a ton.
Thanks.
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