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Enemy aliens : double standards and constitutional freedoms in the war on terrorism

Author: David Cole
Publisher: New York : New Press : Distributed by W.W. Norton & Co., 2003.
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The nation's foremost civil libertarian shines a light on the cynical exploitation of 9/11 by government officials to target immigrants and lay the groundwork for rolling back the rights of ordinary American citizens.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Cole
ISBN: 1565848004 9781565848009
OCLC Number: 52001716
Description: xiii, 315 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. Responding to 9/11. Their liberty, our security: an overview ; The disappeared ; Ethnic profiling ; Patriots and enemies: redefining terrorism ; Targeting citizens --
pt. 2. History lessons. Crossing the citizen-noncitizen divide: an overview ; Enemy aliens and enemy races ; Alien radicals and radical citizens: from anarchism to sedition ; "The course of least resistance": J. Edgar Hoover's first job and the Palmer Raids of 1919-20 ; The second Red Scare: targeting radical citizens ; Extending the boundaries: from Martin Luther King, Jr., to Watergate ; From communism to terrorism: lessons of a young lawyer --
pt. 3. Security. Legitimacy and double standards --
pt. 4. The right thing to do. The Bill of Rights as human rights ; Conclusion: breaking the cycle.
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The nation's foremost civil libertarian shines a light on the cynical exploitation of 9/11 by government officials to target immigrants and lay the groundwork for rolling back the rights of ordinary American citizens.

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