Essay heading: DBQ: Does the government have the Constitutional power to suspend the Constitution during a time of crisis?

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United States & Korematsu v. United States. The Hirabayashi v. United States case deals with both acts and the presidential or executive order. In both cases, the court ruled that although the Japanese were American citizens, they had to suffer the punishment that was given to them. The federal Supreme Court is the highest ruling court in the United States and they decide whether laws and acts are unconstitutional, so if they agreed with certain acts that were made, that's what the people shall abide by...
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The federal Supreme Court is the highest ruling court in the United States and they decide whether laws and acts are unconstitutional, so if they agreed with certain acts that were made, that's what the people shall abide by. The Supreme Court is the ultimate interpreter of the U.S. Constitution. With all of these documents being reviewed, the government did have past powers to pass certain acts...
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