Inferences of loyalty from ethnic background
hendersl at IX.NETCOM.COM
Sun Sep 16 17:36:24 PDT 2001
Yes, and ironically authorities decided *against* internment in Hawaii.
At 09:36 AM 09/16/2001 -0700, Myron Moskovitz wrote:
>What I said was that later studies showed that Japan had spies on Oahu.
>(This is hardly surprising. One would not risk sending a carrier fleet
>thousands of miles across the Pacific to launch a major attack against a
>major power without knowing exactly what you are up against and whether the
>targets were worth the risk.)
>I said nothing about the mainland, and I don't recall reading anything about
>that topic. I've read so many books about WWII (an avocation, not a
>vocation) that I can't readily pull up cites. Good luck with your research.
>From: Discussion list for con law professors
>[mailto:CONLAWPROF at listserv.ucla.edu]On Behalf Of Leslie Goldstein
>Sent: Sunday, September 16, 2001 5:15 AM
>To: CONLAWPROF at listserv.ucla.edu
>Subject: Re: Inferences of loyalty from ethnic background
>Myron Moscovitz wrote that studies had later revealed cases of actual
>espionage by japanese Americans and I had read a contrary claim (that none
>showed up) so I am wondering if he would be kind enough to supply a citation
>to an available study that i might consult. Thank you kindly.
>Leslie F. Goldstein
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