Wittes offers the first nonpartisan critique of a crucial front in America's war on terror--the legal battles fought by and among the Bush administration, the U.S. Congress, and the Supreme Court.
Benjamin Wittes is a fellow and research director in public law at the Brookings Institution. A former editorial writer for The Washington Post specializing in legal affairs, he currently writes an online column for The New Republic and is a contributing editor for The Atlantic. He is a member of the Hoover Institution Task Force on National Security and Law.
The Law of September 10
The Administration's Response
The Real Guantanamo
The Necessity And Impossibility of Judicial Review
The Case for Congress
The Twin Problems of Detention And Trial
An Honest Interrogation Law
Surveillance Law for a New Century
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