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The video added life to my lesson about the Internment of Japanese Americans. My students were excited to learn that a bold and courageous man like Korematsu graduated from a school where their friends and family attended. Because of this, they felt a connection with Korematsu and others who were interned.
I am actually waiting for this movie to become available on VHS. It would
tie in perfectly with what I teach in my political economy
The movie clearly explains how rich countries can dominate poorer ones. It also causes one to re-think capitalism, competition and the "invisible hand."