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Civil liberties and the state : a documentary and reference guide

Author: Christopher P Latimer
Publisher: Santa Barbara, Calif. : Greenwood, ©2011.
Series: Documentary and reference guides.
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Provides documents pertaining to civil liberties in America, including the debates over arbitrary state action, due process, equal protection, freedom of speech, and privacy issues.
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Latimer, Christopher P.
Civil liberties and the state.
Santa Barbara, Calif. : Greenwood, c2011
(DLC) 2010041535
(OCoLC)670238191
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher P Latimer
ISBN: 9780313379352 0313379351
OCLC Number: 702678060
Description: 1 online resource (xix, 367 p.) : ill.
Contents: Colonial and Founding Documents --
The Magna Carta --
The Habeas Corpus Act of 1679 --
The British Bill of Rights --
The Massachusetts Constitution --
U.S. Constitution: Fifth Amendment --
Luther Martin, Genuine Information --
Debate at the Massachusetts Ratifying Convention --
Federalist Paper #84 --
William Rawle, A View of the Constitution of the United States, 1829 --
President Lincoln's Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus --
The Habeas Corpus Act of 1863 --
The Fourteenth Amendment --
Montesquieu and the Importance of Free Speech --
The First Amendment of the United States Constitution --
Government Controlling Speech during Times of Crisis --
The Rights of Noncitizens during Times of Crisis --
The Right to Privacy in America --
Early Court Rulings on Due Process, Equal Protection, First Amendment, and Privacy --
The Appeal of Richard Chambers and the Writ of Habeas Corpus --
The Status of Slavery Is Changed / the Sommersett Case --
The Supreme Court and the Writ of Habeas Corpus --
Executive Authority and the Suspension Clause of the United States Constitution --
The Sedition Act Trials --
The Right to Be Let Alone --
20th-Century Statements and Enactments --
Executive Order to Intern Japanese Americans --
Executive Order 9835 --
Registration of Communist Organizations --
Outlawing the Communist Party in America --
The Impact of World War I on Speech Rights: The Espionage Act of 1917 --
The Impact of World War I on Speech Rights: The Sedition Act of 1918 --
Alien Registration Act --
President Dwight D. Eisenhower's Executive Order 10450 --
The Privacy Act of 1974 --
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 --
The Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act, 1994 --
20th-Century Court Rulings --
Executive Power to Establish Military Commissions during World War II --
Japanese Curfew after the Bombing of Pearl Harbor --
Habeas Corpus and Noncitizens --
Footnote 4 and Levels of Scrutiny for Equal Protection Analysis --
Equal Protection and Strict Scrutiny Analysis under Korematsu --
The Clear and Present Danger Test for First Amendment Jurisprudence --
Criminalizing Anti-American Speech --
Justice Brandeis's Concurring Opinion and the "Time to Answer" Test --
Modification of the Clear and Present Danger Test for First Amendment Analysis --
The Incitement Test Providing Greater Protection under the First Amendment --
The "Right to Be Let Alone" --
The Constitutional Right to Privacy --
Reasonable Expectation of Privacy --
The Fourth Amendment and Domestic Surveillance --
21st-Century Enactments Concerning the War on Terror --
Congress Responds to September 11: The Authorization for Use of Military Force --
The President Responds to September 11: President Bush Signs Executive Order Authorizing Military Tribunals (Commissions) --
Congress Responds to September 11: The USA PATRIOT Act --
Congress and the President Attempt to Circumvent the Judicial Review of Detainees --
Congress Passes the Military Commissions Act of 2006 --
21st-Century Court Rulings --
Supreme Court Responds to September 11: An Examination of Habeas Corpus Petitions from U.S. Citizens Designated as Enemy Combatants --
Supreme Court Reviews President Bush's Military Order Establishing Military Commissions for Enemy Combatants --
The Military Commissions Act (MCA) and Habeas Corpus Petitions / Enemy Combatants at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba --
The Sixth Circuit: The First Amendment and the Right to Access Deportation Hearings --
Free Speech and a Designated Demonstration Zone for the 2004 National Democratic Convention --
The Right to Privacy in the Technological Age --
Arbitrary State Action and Politics --
2008 Democratic Party Platform Concerning Civil Liberties --
2008 Republican Party Platform Concerning Civil Liberties --
Advocacy Group Mission Statements --
Civil Liberties Resources.
Series Title: Documentary and reference guides.
Responsibility: Christopher Peter Latimer.

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Provides documents pertaining to civil liberties in America, including the debates over arbitrary state action, due process, equal protection, freedom of speech, and privacy issues.

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