Lawyer, Jailer, Ally, Foe

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In the months since Pearl Harbor, the US has locked up tens of thousands of innocent Japanese Americans in concentration camps, At each of these camps the government places a white lawyer with contradictory instructions: provide legal counsel to the prisoners, and keep the place running. Eric L. Muller discusses the stories of these lawyers. 

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