scientists believe that mashkan-shapir's collapse was caused in part by destruction of the fields by mineral salts. when mineral salts concentrate in the upper levels of the soil, it becomes poisonous for plants. in mesopotamia, irrigation was essential for crop production.\
the campaign on the return to normalcy which many wanted.
the correct answer is korematsu was not a spy but could not be granted equal rights.
in the supreme cout’s decision in korematsu v. the united states, the court said that korematsu was not a spy but could not be granted equal rights.
the court voted 6 to 3, and the decision was written by justice black. the decision was that the evacuation order that the citizen korematsu had violated was valid. it was found that the order had no racial intentions. the order was a valid measure to keep the united states safe during war times, especially the pacific west.
the options of the question were, a) was not a spy and deserved equal rights. b) was not a spy but could not be granted equal rights. c) was a spy and should be imprisioned immediately. d) was spy but was free to go back to japan.