Write your paper about Korematsu v US (1944) because the Court expressly overturned the case in 2018. Write a dissenting opinion on the case in question. Your task will be to write a convincing argument to explain why the Supreme Courts decision was, in your opinion, incorrect. You must base your reasoning on Constitutional arguments, precedents, and history. It is not enough to say that the decision was wrong and unfair. You must demonstrate your grasp of the issue presented before the Court. This is a 825 WORD paper with a 10% grace in either direction. You absolutely should be quoting the Constitution, other Court decisions, or other dissenting decisions in Chicago style formatting. If you dont know how to use Chicago style please refer to Purdue OWL. While this paper will almost certainly require a citation or two, I am not looking for direct quotes. With only 825 words to work with you must be presenting your original argument for why the case was decided incorrectly. Prior to beginning your paper you should present your case to the professor to ensure that the case has not been overturned and that there is a decent opportunity to write a dissent. You are not limited to decisions are opinions that predate your case. For instance, you may use current Court opinions and dissents in order to argue a case that was decided years prior.
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