Two weeks ago, the Supreme Court overturned and repudiated a decision from World War II on the internment of Japanese Americans. Now scholars would like a similar case overturned; a case involving curfews imposed a whole group of people because of their ancestry. Host Carol Hills speaks with one of those scholars, Eric Muller of the University of North Carolina's Law School in Chapel Hill.
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