Quiz Me! - Documents/Cases: World War II Test your knowledge about documents and Supreme Court cases in the World War II era. 1 / 6 The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the executive internment order, arguing the President possessed this governmental power during a time of “emergency and peril.” The author of the decision was one of the most liberal Justices in Court history. He was: William Douglas Felix Frankfurter Hugo Black Earl Warren 2 / 6 Some people unsuccessfully challenged the executive order as a violation of which constitutional provision? The 4th Amendment’s protection against unreasonable search and seizure clause. The 1st Amendment’s Freedom of Speech Clause The 5th Amendment’s Due Process Clause The 1st Amendment's Freedom of Assembly Clause 3 / 6 Fred Korematsu refused to abide by FDR’s Executive Order interning all persons of Japanese descent. He was arrested and convicted. His case ultimately went to the Supreme Court. Korematsu was a: Japanese Citizen Japanese Tourist Native-born U.S. citizen Japanese Immigrant 4 / 6 Executive Order 9066 authorized the forced internment of people, including U. S. citizens, of which ancestry to “relocation centers?” Italian ancestry Russian ancestry German ancestry Japanese ancestry 5 / 6 Which of the following were components of the GI Bill of Rights? Guaranteed financial loans for home or business purchases Four year financial grants for education expenses Unemployment compensation to self-employed veterans All of the above 6 / 6 The main features of the GI Bill of Rights were designed by which entity? The Department of Labor The Department of Defense The American Legion The Department of State Your score is Try another 10!