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  • proper n. English translation of the Japanese surname 遠藤.


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  • These Mock Objects are passed to the target domain code which they test from inside, hence the term Endo-Testing

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  • A poor circus performer, Heikishi Endo, is framed by K-20 and has to resort to daring thievery of his own to reclaim his good name and thwart the fiend, who is trying to get a big Tesla coil to use as a weapon.

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  • Second, in judicial opinions, Endo is being remembered without irony.

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  • Endo is now being cited for the "clear statement rule" -- that in order to detain American citizens, the political branches must authorize such detention unambiguously.

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  • First, in the law reviews, Endo is being remembered more triumphantly than Gudridge intended, as an example of the Supreme Court checking Executive Branch excesses, even during times of war.

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  • In Korematsu, the Supreme Court affirmed the constitutionality of forcible evacuation; however, on the very same day, in Endo, the Court held indefinite detention to be illegal.

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  • The problem in Endo was not that Endo's detention violated her constitutional rights.

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  • Typically we see strict scrutiny deployed as a test of a law's constitutionality; in Endo the Court uses it as a way of construing the language of an Executive Order and its implementing statute to avoid directly confronting constitutional problems.

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  • All nine Justices agreed that the government lacked the power to detain Endo under Executive Order 9066 and its impementing legislation.

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  • Luttig assumed that the important language in Endo was the language that directly followed what I just quoted, when the Court said, "We must assume, when asked to find implied powers in a grant of legislative or executive authority, that the law makers intended to place no greater restraint on the citizen than was clearly and unmistakably indicated by the language they used."

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