Which candidate in 1824 believed that the unites states did not have the right to take away land from nativer Americans?
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After the attacks on Pearl Harbor, many white Americans began to distrust Japanese Americans and their patriotic loyalties. Also, the Japanese Navy's location was unknown at the time, and thus many believed that a Japanese attack on the west coast could have occurred at any time. Many white Americans believed that Japanese Americans could provide intelligence for the Imperial Japanese forces, and that if the Japanese Navy were to attack the west coast, Japanese Americans would join the invaders and help fight against the United States. Many white Americans believed that the internment was justified, and the US Supreme Court agreed. In Korematsu v. United States, the Supreme Court ok'd the internment of Japanese Americans, citing public safety and protection against espionage to be a valid reason for internment and the taking of civil rights and liberties from Japanese Americans.