Due to the unbalanced swerve of the lawsuits and the great public reaction regarding the constitutionality of the Executive order and the camps, the government ceased them before the war could even come to an end. Moreover, the criticism of the order increased in the decades that followed and the numerous victims demanded compensation and redressing for their fatalities and sufferings. So, as a result, the Congress established a commission regarding the relocation and internment of the Japanese-Americans to investigate thoroughly about the relocation programs. The result of the investigation was presented before the Congress after two years of the establishment of the committee. They concluded the whole investigation in the report “Personal Justice Denied”, which stated that the relocation programs were biased and motivated in terms of racism and wartime panic and frenzy. By the year 1988, the Congress approved the reimbursement of the payments and also issued official apology letters to the victims of that incident.
President Roosevelt’s decision about the internment of the Japanese-Americans remains controversial till date and there are different thoughts on school on this subject. Those people who disagree with President’s decision about the relocation point out the fact that during the whole duration of the World War II. The critics of the decision also argue that a major number of the officials who took part in the relocation program were not even in the know of the intelligence