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Mitsuye Endo: The Woman Who Took Down Executive Order 9066

Mitsuye Endo: The Woman Who Took Down Executive Order 9066

Mitsuye Endo was the plaintiff in the landmark lawsuit that led to the closing of the U.S. Japanese internment camps. HowStuffWorks tells her story.


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