Will one of the Supreme Court's worst decisions finally be overruled?

January 21, 2014 | By JONATHAN WOOD

In 1944, the Supreme Court — in one of its most widely-condemned decisions — shamefully upheld the constitutionality of the internment of Japanese-Americans across the West Coast. It did so paying lip service to the Constitution’s deep distrust of government treating people differently on the basis of race. And its reasoning was e ...