Mark Sidel takes us behind the headlines to reveal how key provisions of controversial antiterror policies have been buried in state legislation, and how the military has taken over key police functions. Sidel discusses the continuing debates on antiterror law in the crucial states of New York, California, and Michigan, and explains how the military—through an informant program known as "Eagle Eyes"—is now taking a direct hand in domestic antiterror efforts. The effect has been a quiet but pervasive chilling of our most basic civil liberties.
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Sidel also investigates aspects of American antiterror policy largely ignored in other books, including its effects on the American academic world and the nonprofit sector. And he provides the first international comparisons of antiterror policy yet published in an American volume, contrasting security initiatives in Great Britain, Australia, and India with the American experience. Authors Instructors Media Booksellers Librarians.
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The first comprehensive analysis of the full range of antiterror initiatives undertaken in the United States after the terrorist attacks Unlike earlier books published shortly after the September 11 attacks that focus on the Patriot Act, More Secure, Less Free? It's also the first book of its kind to go beyond federal measures to explain the devolution of antiterror policies to the states, and now to the military as well.
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