Record number :
117146
Title of article :
The War Against Terrorism and the Rule of Law
Author/Authors :
Fiss، Owen نويسنده ,
Issue Information :
روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2006
Pages :
-234
From page :
235
To page :
0
Abstract :
The War Against Terrorism has put into issue two tenets of the American constitutional tradition. The first denies the government the power to imprison anyone unless that person is charged with a crime and swiftly brought to trial. The other requires the government to abide by the Constitutionʹs restrictions on its power no matter where or against whom it acts. This article, based on the 2005 H.L.A. Hart lecture, examines the Supreme Court’s first encounter with the Administration’s conduct of the War Against Terrorism and explains how the Supreme Courtʹs rulings badly compromised these foundational principles.
Keywords :
Chip , dLMO , Delta , Transcriptional regulation , Serrate
Journal title :
OXFORD JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES
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