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Call # KF5060 .N383 2011
Title National security, civil liberties, and the war on terror / edited by M. Katherine B. Darmer and Richard D. Fybel
Imprint Amherst, N.Y. : Prometheus Books, 2011
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Descript. 472 p. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 447-472)
Subject War and emergency powers -- United States
Civil rights -- United States
Terrorism -- Prevention -- Law and legislation -- United States
War on Terrorism, 2001-2009
Alt Author Darmer, M. Katherine B
Fybel, Richard D., 1946-
OCLC # 679931742
Table of Contents
 Acknowledgments11
 Introduction / B. Darmer13
pt. ONEFRAMING THE WAR ON TERROR: HISTORY AND CONTEXT 
1.Absence of Judicial Ethics and Impartiality: The German Legal System, 1933--1945 / Richard D. Fybel25
2.Inter Arma Silent Leges / William H. Rehnquist38
3.Boumediene v. Bush and Guantanamo, Cuba: Does the "Empire Strike Back"? / Ernesto Hernandez-Lopez47
4.Trading Civil Liberties for Apparent Security Is a Bad Deal / Marjorie Cohn69
5.Justifying Wartime Limits on Civil Rights and Liberties / Robert J. Pushaw Jr.79
6.Broken Promises or Unrealistic Expectations?: Comparing the Bush and Obama Administrations on Counterterrorism / Tung Yin93
pt. TWOINTERROGATION PRACTICE: FROM TORTURE TO MIRANDA WARNINGS? 
A.Torture 
7.Reliability, Waterboarded Confessions and Reclaiming the Lessons of Brown v. Mississippi in the Terrorism Cases / B. Darmer115
8.Memorandum for Alberto R. Gonzalez, Counsel to the President from US Department of Justice, Office of Legal Counsel, August 1, 2002135
9.Torture and Positive Law: Jurisprudence for the White House / Jeremy Waldron150
10.Interrogating Suspected Terrorists: Should Torture Be an Option? / Welsh S. White176
11.Waterboarding and the Legacy of the Bybee-Yoo "Torture and Power" Memorandum: Reflections from a Temporary Yoo Colleague and Erstwhile Bush Administration Apologist / B. Darmer192
12.Torture204
 New York Times Editorial 
B.Miranda204
13.Beyond Bin Laden and Lindh: Confessions Law in an Age of Terrorism / M. K. B. Darmer207
14.Holder's Promising Interrogation Plan / Stuart Taylor Jr.221
15.Miranda and "Enhanced Interrogations" / Wendy Kaminer227
16.Shahzad and Miranda Rights / Orin Kerr230
pt. THREEIMMIGRATION AND RACIAL PROFILING 
17.Unsecured Borders: Immigration Restrictions, Crime Control, and National Security / Jennifer Chacon235
18.Skies Won't Be Safe Until We Use Commonsense Profiling / Stuart Taylor Jr.260
19.Last Minstrel Show? Racial Profiling, the War on Terrorism, and the Mass Media / John Tehranian265
pt. FOURSECRECY AND SURVEILLANCE 
20.Litigating Secrets: Comparative Perspectives on the State Secrets Privilege / Sudha Setty283
21.National Security Agency's Domestic Spying Program: Framing the Debate / Martin S. Lederman306
22.In re National Security Agency Telecommunications Records Litigation US District Court, Northern District of California311
23.Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) New York Times Editorial331
24.Wrong in All Aspects / Erwin Chemerinsky335
pt. FIVEDETENTIONS AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL BALANCE OF POWER 
25.Hamdi v. Rumsfeld US Supreme Court341
26.Trading Civil Liberties for Apparent Security Is a Bad Deal, cont. / Marjorie Cohn358
27.Justifying Wartime Limits on Civil Rights and Liberties, cont. / Robert J. Pushaw Jr.366
28.Boumediene v. Bush US Supreme Court371
29.Boumediene v. Bush and Guantanamo, Cuba: Does the "Empire Strike Back"? / Ernesto Hernandez-Lopez412
30.Al Maqaleh v. Gates US Court of Appeals, DC Circuit422
31.Worst-Case Justice; We're Holding Terrorism Suspects without Trial, But Should We?442
 Task Force Gives Recommendations Los Angeles Times Editorial 
 Authors of Selections445
 Notes447
 Sources and Permissions465