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Fred Korematsu v. United States

Fred Korematsu v. United States

In episode three, Matthew and Melissa discuss how Mark Wahlberg can make up for his past hate crimes against Asians. Then, Melissa pitches you a film about Supreme Court case Fred Korematsu v. United States


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