Robert shaffer opposition to internment

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Download Citation on ResearchGate On Oct 9, 2007, Robert Shaffer and others published Opposition to Internment: Defending Japanese American Rights During World War IIThere was opposition to internment most strongly of all from within the US govt. The FBI, Justice Department, and Naval Intelligence all opposed internment as a waste of resources since there was no evidence of disloyalty. The incident mentioned by several in Hawaii played no part in the decision to intern Japanese Americans. robert shaffer opposition to internment

In Opposition to the Japanese Internment: The A. C. L. U. During World War II R. Jeffrey Blair such as lack of hearings and the internment. The ACLU wasted much valuable time in establishing its policy. where this paper originated, particularly to two professorsRobert Rosenstone and Clayton Koppes (now at Oberlin)and his sincere thanks

Opposition to Internment: Defending Japanese American Rights During World War II Robert Shaffer. This paper, like the Tong article, represents a view point that is not popularly represented in literature about Japanese American internment. 1. ) Robert Shaffer, ? Opposition to Internment: Defending Japanese American Rights during World War II? 2. ) Stephen C. Fox, ? General John DeWitt and Proposed Internment of German androbert shaffer opposition to internment Robert Shaffer is an assistant professor of history at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. Search for more papers by this author. Robert Shaffer. Robert Shaffer is an assistant professor of history at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. Search for more papers by this author.

Robert Shaffer is Professor of History at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, where he teaches U. S. history, world history, and social studies education. His articles on the incarceration of Japanese Americans in World War II have appeared in Radical History Review, The Historian, the Journal of American History, and the Journal of American Ethnic History. robert shaffer opposition to internment Japanese American Internment The internment of Japanese American citizens occurred in the United States during World War II as a response to Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941. The removal of individuals of Japanese American descent from socalled military zones was sanctioned by President Franklin D. Roosevelt through the Executive Order 9066. Robert H. Shaffer (September 13, 1915 April 21, 2017) was a pioneer in the field of college student personnel and student affairs. Opposition to Internment: Defending Japanese American Rights during World War II. By Shaffer, Robert. Read preview. Academic journal article The Historian. Opposition to Internment: Defending Japanese American Rights during World War II. By Shaffer, Robert. Read preview. Article excerpt. In 1943, Rev. Emery Andrews, a Baptist minister and Trowbridge 2017 The internment of Japanese American citizens led to a racial from HISTORY 114 at Southern New Hampshire University

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