Civil Liberties and the Terrorism Prevention Paradigm: The Guilt by Association CritiqueMichigan Law Review (2003)
AbstractThis piece, which appears in Michigan's annual Survey of Books issue, takes two books by David Cole (one co-authored with James Dempsey) as points of departure for a review of the liberty-security debate in the years shortly after 9/11. It begins with a discussion of theoretical models associated with "balancing" liberty and security, and then proceeds to review Cole's (and Dempsey's) work on a range of issues. The article includes my first efforts to explore the material support statutes, a topic I have explored in more detail in subsequent work.
- civil liberties,
- guilt by association,
- material support
Publication DateMay, 2003
Citation Informationrobert chesney. "Civil Liberties and the Terrorism Prevention Paradigm: The Guilt by Association Critique" Michigan Law Review Vol. 101 (2003)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/robert_chesney/6/