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Garrison, Arthur H., 1966-
Supreme Court jurisprudence in times of national crisis, terrorism, and war : a historical perspective / Arthur H. Garrison
Lanham, Md. : Lexington Books, c2011
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  KF8742 .G277 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject United States. Supreme Court -- History
Subject(s) Executive power -- United States
War and emergency powers -- United States
Separation of powers -- United States
Physical Description xvii, 481 p. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Part I: National security, the rise of presidential power, the rule of law, and the development of constitutional boundaries on political necessity and the war power -- The rise of presidential authority in times of national crisis -- The Supreme Court and presidential authority in times of national crisis -- World wars, the Red Scare, and free speech I: World War I, the first Red Scare (1917-1920), and free speech -- World wars, the Red Scare, and free speech II: World War II, the second Red Scare (1947-1957), free speech, and the loyalty oath cases -- Mr. Roosevelt and his camps -- President Truman and his steel -- Part II: September 11, 2001, terrorism, and the vindication of the rule of law -- September 11th, the War on Terrorism, and the judiciary -- Enemy combatants: is the president's designation enough? Hamdi et al. v. Rumsfeld -- Captured terrorists: Guantanamo Bay, military commissions, and habeas corpus -- The rule of law and the judiciary in times of crisis -- A summary of cases

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