11 Seattle J. Soc. Just. [i] (2012-2013)

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JOUNAL SOCIAL
FOR
JUSTICE
VOLUME 11                 *    ISSUE 1     *      SUMMER 2012
HIRABA YASHI CORAM NOBIS
Introduction      ........................... Lorraine K. Bannai     I
Scenes from the Struggles of a Courageous American: Recollections
of Peter Irons About the Life of Gordon Hirabayashi
................................                   Peter H. Irons  19
Accused of the Crime, Doing the Time: Notes on Gordon
Hirabayashi 1943-1945    ................   Lane Ryo Hirabayashi    27
Gordon Hirabayashi v. United States: This is an American case
.............................                 Kathryn A. Bannai    41
The Reopening of United States v. Hirabayashi: Reflections from the
Legal Team        ............................Karen K. Narasaki    .53
What Gordon Hirabayashi Taught Me About Courage
........................                Judge Mary M. Schroeder     65
The Evolving Legacy of Japanese American Internment Redress:
Next Steps We Can (and Should) Take   ........Eric K. Yamamoto      77
Rebellious Lawyering in the Courts of the Conqueror: The Legacy of
the Hirabayashi Coram Nobis Case    ...........Natsu Taylor Saito   89
Inclusion, Exclusion, and the Politics of Rights Mobilization:
Reflections on the Asian American Experience
...........................                  Michael W. McCann     115

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