I found this the other day browsing around but unfortunately I cannot open or download the file. I am hoping someone out there has an account with this group Palgrave Connect. All the chapter contents seem to be very interesting. I somehow get the feeling the issue will say basically that the means will justify the end. See comments below.
source: Palgrave Connect April 24, 2010
The Day that Changed Everything?
The Impact of 9-11: The New Legal Landscape is the third volume of the six-volume series The Day that Changed Everything? edited by Matthew J. Morgan. The series brings together from a broad spectrum of disciplines the leading thinkers of our time to reflect on one of the most significant events of our time. With a foreword by the former Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Senator Bob Graham, the volume’s contributors include Alan Dershowitz, Aziz Huq, William Weaver, and other leading scholars.
List of Contents:
Acknowledgments * About the Contributors * Foreword – Bob Graham * Introduction – Matthew J. Morgan * The Preventative State: Uncharted Waters after 9/11 – Alan M. Dershowitz * Section I: The Impact on American Civil Liberties * The Logic of Suspending Civil Liberties – Dewi Williams * The Use of “Speech Zones” to Control Public Discourse in 21st Century America – Paul Haridakis and Amber Ferris * Challenges to Academic Freedom since 9/11 – Peter N. Kirstein * The Right to Bear Arms and Gun Control after 9/11 – David B. Kopel, Paul Gallant, and Joanne Eisen * National Security Letters and Diminishing Privacy Rights – Christopher P. Banks *
National Security Entry and Exit Registration – Moushumi M. Khan and Kim M. Williams * Civil Litigation against Terrorists and Terrorist States – John C. Blakeman * SECTION II: Legal Changes to Structures and Systems * How 9/11 Changed the Investigation and Prosecution of Terrorism – Chris Shields, Kelly Damphousse, and Brent Smith * The Commander-in-Chief after 9/11 – Aziz Z. Huq * Intelligent Oversight – Anne Joseph O’Connell * The Failure of Institutionalized Accountability in Matters of National Security since 9-11 – William G. Weaver and Rene Flores * Regulating the Push and Pull of Migration in the Post 9-11 Era on the Southern Border – Brent McCune and Dennis Soden * SECTION III: International Law in New Times *Fighting Terrorism: The Role of Military Ethics, Humanitarian Law and Human Rights in Theory and Practice – Joanne K. Lekea * Guantanamo: A New Institution in International Law – Wells Dixon and Gita Gutierrez * Interrogation: Diminishing Legal Standards after 9/11 – Tara McKelvey * The Bush Doctrine and the Legal Use of Force – Leanne Piggott * 9/11 and the Need to Rethink Collective Security Law: What Can Islamic Law Contribute-Mashood Baderin *