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About the Book
The newest book in the Patriots Debate series, this book covers three general areas: The War on Terrorism; Data, Technology, and Privacy; and Legal Frameworks for Projecting Force. Discussing some of today's "hot" issues in national security, the book provides a balanced view including:
What authority should be accorded to the President in exercising his war powers?
An exploration of terrorism interrogations
National security letters -- the need for reform
The government as internet protector
Targeted killing -- lawful if conducted in accordance with the rule of law
Law and cyber war -- the lessons of history
The future of military detention
And much more!
This book provides informed, educated legal reasoning so that students, professors and other citizens may be able to have a basis for understanding of the foundational legal opinions, laws, policies and mores that form both the policies of the United States government, and the surrounding debates based on competing views of the Constitution, statutes, presidential directives, judicial decisions and, occasionally, history itself. The book is extremely timely. All of the ten chapters are good to superb. This is an excellent book; well written, informative, and provides foundational knowledge for those seeking an introduction to current issues in national security law.
Tobias T. Gibson, Department of Political Science, Westminster College (Missouri)