Doc Lecture 03.08.2010

Doc Lecture 03.08.2010 - *LECTURE, MARCH 08, 2010 Myers...

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***LECTURE, MARCH 08, 2010 “Myers” reading. Friday: questions no lecture. -( last week) Constitutional tensions that exist on Free Speech and Equal Protection Clause -Constitutional tension between 5 14 th Amendment and Article 2 section 2 of the Constitution (9/11) -What happens to the BOR in times of war or crisis? Usually people give up their liberty to enhance their security. -context (1941): Japanese strike US at Pearl Harbor. 1942, US enters War; mass annihilation of Jews in concentration camps in Germany -Rumors that Jap-Americans are going to invade start to spread: the pressure comes from many directions: leaders of grower-shipper vegetable association (whites mostly) pressures leadership in the West Coast to do something about the Japs; Dwtih’s comment, says that ancestors/race of Japs cannot be trusted (loyalty arguments, genetic understanding, that the Japs cannot be loyal to America because deep in their blood, they are Japs. A Jap is a Jap; Japs; Jap citizens are
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course DOC DOC 2 taught by Professor Lee during the Winter '08 term at UCSD.

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