Little Rock Nine Case Study

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The Constitution limits power on Government through Checks and Balances. In a 1944 case between Korematsu and the United States during World War II, a presidential executive order gave the military authority to exclude citizens of Japanese descent from areas deemed critical to national defense and potentially vulnerable to espionage. Along with this they also arrested Japanese Americans and forced them into internment camps. Korematsu however, a US citizen from ancestry descent, refused to leave his home in San Leandro, California. Korematsu appealed, and in 1944 the case reached the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court decided over the question “Did the President and Congress go beyond their war powers by implementing exclusion and restricting the rights of Americans of Japanese descent?” The answer is yes, they did, and it presents just how much more power the President had …show more content…

since January 1, 2010 to apply for permission to work and stay in the U.S. for three years. This organization has changed millions of lives as well. DAPA was passed through an executive order although all three branches were able to review the idea. The US would have fallen apart a long time ago if the branches were not balanced. The Executive enforces laws which are presented to the Legislative. Both of these branches need each other in order to make laws which is crucial so that no branch has all the power. When someone breaks one of these laws, then the Judicial branch decides whether the offender is guilty or not. All three branches have a very specific job to follow and therefore, they’re all

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