Post-9/11 Anti-Terrorism Policy regarding Noncitizens and the Constitutional Idea of Equal Protection under the Laws*
Cohen, Daniel H., Texas Law Review
If you don't stick to your values when they're being tested, they're not values; they're hobbies.
- Jon Stewart1
The Bush Administration frequently justified its policies by arguing that September 1 1th changed everything.2 To be sure, the terrorist attacks on the United States commanded a great deal of attention and brought concern for national security to the fore of both the government's policy-making agenda and America's shared consciousness. Against the psychological backdrop of the smoking Twin Towers, the country plunged headlong into two wars,3 enacted sweeping legislation aimed at securing the homeland,4 reorganized the government's …
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Publication information: Article title: Post-9/11 Anti-Terrorism Policy regarding Noncitizens and the Constitutional Idea of Equal Protection under the Laws*. Contributors: Cohen, Daniel H. - Author. Journal title: Texas Law Review. Volume: 88. Issue: 6 Publication date: May 2010. Page number: 1323+. © University of Texas, Austin, School of Law Publications, Inc. Dec 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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