Peter Irons, who currently teaches political science at the University of California, San Diego, has had a laudable career as a civil rights attorney and as a chronicler of civil rights struggles. Most notably, he served as plaintiffs’ counsel in a series of lawsuits seeking damages for those who suffered under the U.S. government’s policy of interning Japanese-Americans during World War II.

He produced an excellent book about that policy, Justice at War.

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