Less Safe, Less Free: Why America Is Losing the War on Terror
DescriptionAt home and abroad, the US administration has cut corners on fundamental commitments of the rule of law in preventing future attacks. Cole and Lobel argue that the great irony of certain sacrifices in the rule of law, adopted in the name of prevention, have in fact made America more susceptible to future terrorist attacks.
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About the Author
Jules Lobel is Professor of International and Constitutional Law at the University of Pittsburgh Law School. He is also Vice President of the Center for Constitutional Rights, a national civil and human rights organization. On behalf of the Center, he has been one of the foremost legal challengers of unilateral presidential war-making for the past two decades.