New column’s up.
All (or almost all) of the intervenors in Arthur Jacobs’ case were Japanese-American leaders or groups. Jacobs comments, “It is interesting to note that those who we are told fought so hard for justice for members of their ethnicity, fought even harder against a person who was not a member of their ethnicity.”
Update: Justin Katz has a thoughtful essay about my debate with Eric Muller and Greg Robinson.blog comments powered by Disqus
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