Guantánamo and the abuse of presidential power

By Margulies, Joseph Y.

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978-0-74328-685-5
Publisher
New York : Simon & Schuster, 2006.


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Reviewed on June 1, 2006

The abuse of inmates at Camp Delta in Guant�namo Bay has become an international embarrassment for the United States and a symbol of American aggression, claims Margolies, that has turned moderate Muslims and even European allies into our enemies. In this compelling account of the Bush administration�s unprecedented mistreatment of accused Iraqi War prisoners, the author (MacArthur Justice Ctr., clinical faculty, Univ. of Chicago Law Sch.)-who was lead counsel inRasul v.Bush , the 2004 Supreme Court case, in...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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