Lost liberties : Ashcroft and the assault on personal freedom /

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Other Authors: Brown, Cynthia, 1952-2013.
Format: Book
Published: New York : New Press, 2003.
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Table of Contents:
  • pt. 1. Tools for a new kind of war. The course of least resistance : repeating history in the war on terrorism / David Cole
  • How democracy dies : the war on our civil liberties / Nancy Chang
  • After 9/11 : a surveillance state? / Reg Whitaker
  • pt. 2. The Ashcroft approach. Secret arrests and preventive detention / Kate Martin
  • Racial profiling post-9/11 : old story, new debate / Tanya E. Coke
  • Living in fear : how the U.S. government's war on terror impacts American lives / Anthony D. Romero
  • The war on terrorism : the Guantánamo prisoners, military commissions, and torture / Michael Ratner
  • Breaking the code, or, Can the press be saved from itself? / Michael Tomasky
  • pt. 3. Privacy, secrecy, and public health. Balancing in a crisis? : Bioterrorism, public health, and privacy / Janlori Goldman
  • The public health fallout from September 11 : official deception and long-term damage / Joel R. Kupferman
  • pt. 4. Global threat, global citizen. Axis of antagonism : U.S.-European relations in the war on terrorism / Gary Younge
  • The "war on terror" and women's rights : a Pakistan-Afghan perspective / Farida Shaheed
  • Human rights, the Bush administration, and the fight against terrorism : the need for a positive vision / Kenneth Roth.