Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1946.
First edition. [iv], 59 pp. Gray stapled wraps. Very Good+ with light wear, crease to final page. A rare legal history of the War Relocation Authority, which managed the forced confinement of people of Japanese ancestry in America during World War II, as well as their return to civilian life with the commencement of the war. It outlines the government response to the Korematsu case as well as the entire program's overall claims to constitutionality. Item #140941067