"THE LONG STRUGGLE OVER THE LEGAL BOUNDS OF FIGHTING TERRORISM" THE WASHINGTON POST

A review by Deborah Pearlstein of Karen Greenberg’s new book, Rogue Justice. “Rogue Justice takes on a challenging task: adding new insight to our understanding of the long-running legal battles surrounding the post-9/11 fight against terrorism…[Greenberg] aims to assess the damage these practices have done to law in the United States. As she frames it, the picture is grim…Given this stark framing, one might worry that what follows is a one-sided account. But Greenberg tells a more nuanced story, including many examples of the federal officials, government lawyers and judges who sought to protect legal rights in a variety of ways, including in federal criminal terrorism prosecutions in the ordinary courts.”

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