The Executive, Crisis Decision-Making Process, A Case Study: The Decision to Evacuate Japanese Aliens and Japanese Americans in World War II
Hiyama, Stephen L.
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Following the Pearl Harbor attacks, the decision to evacuate and intern persons of Japanese ancestry was made. One hundred fifteen thousand people were moved inland, away from the Pacific coast, and placed in Relocation Centers where they were to remain for up to three and one-half years. The following pages deal with this particular decision of the American government by examining the federal decisionmaking process.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.
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