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. >> up next on c-span, an encore presentation of our series, landmark cases." then, after george decay shares i shares his experience as a child living in an internment camp. then, we have donald trump making a campaign stop in wisconsin. then, bernie sanders and hillary clinton speaking at a democratic dinner. >> landmark cases, c-span's series,histories exploring the human stories and constitutional dramas behind historic supreme court decisions. >> quite often in many of our most famous decisions, some are very unpopular. let us go through a few cases that illustrate what it means to 310 millionciety of people who helped stick together . good evening,. our landmark cases series continues with the 1944 case of korematsu versus the united states. many american people were detained throughout the course of the war. korematsu said that was the right entity to the supreme court. let me introduce you to two people who will help us learn the story. peter irons is an author of several books. he found proof that the government is tainted evidence in this case. thank you for being here, peter
remember george decay who now has his opening broadway "allegiance", here members looking out the window of where his classroom was an looking at desolate land. was baseball, finally. baseball teams. people finally have some music, so they either had instruments and and, and they had some dance dance. there even boy scouts and girl scouts. they had their churches. slowly but surely, they made the best of a terrible, horrible situation. we have another video to show you, just to get a sense of this. this is a very rare piece of video. a home movie made by another in tourney -- internee. he's that they camera and in recorded scenes of what life was like there. he later on made a documentary film about takes aryans. let's watch. thehis is a shot of evacuees doing volunteer work of repairing the pipes, which broke. they had poor materials, so things would break. then we had a volunteer road crew repair the pipes. here we have the dust storm. this was taken on a long sunday afternoon, and everyone had to keep their windows closed, shut tight. it was very hot. , and the dust would come
to bring in some teachers. i even remember george deka, who now has his opening broadway show "allegiance" in new york says he remembers looking out the window of this -- where his classroom was of this barrack and looking at desolate land. you know, it -- there was baseball finally, there were some baseball teams. people finally had some music, and so they either had instruments sent in, they had some dance bands, created bands. there was even boy scouts and girl scouts troops there. had their churches. so they tried to slowly but surely make the best of a terrible, horrible situation. >> so, we have another video to show you just to get a sense of this. this is a very rare piece of video. it's a home movie made by another internee whose name is dave. he was also in the topaz camp. he snuck a camera in and recorded some of the scenes of what life was like for people there and later on made a documentary film about the experience. let's watch. >>> this is a shot of the evacuees doing volunteer work of repairing the pipes which broke. they had used such poor material that the p
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