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Author Napolitano, Andrew P
Title Constitutional chaos : what happens when the government breaks its own laws / Andrew P. Napolitano
Imprint Nashville, Tenn. : Nelson Current, a subsidiary of Thomas Nelson, Inc., c2004
book jacket
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 Euro-Am Studies Lib  345.73 N1629 2004    AVAILABLE  -  30500101412339
Descript xvii, 234 p. : 21 cm
Note Includes index
Introduction: Breaking the law -- Breaking the law to enforce it -- Attacking the innocent -- Creating crime -- Grabbing guns, endangering citizens -- Filching property -- Gagging free speech -- Bribing witnesses, buying convictions -- Assaulting the people -- Personal odyssey -- The Justice Department's terror tactics -- Throwing away the jail house key -- Don't go to Guantanamo -- What can we do? -- Appendix: Introduction to the U.S. Constitution -- The Constitution of the United States
Subject Justice, Administration of -- Corrupt practices -- United States -- History
Criminal justice, Administration of -- Corrupt practices -- United States
Police corruption -- United States
Judicial power -- United States
Constitutional law -- United States -- Moral and ethical aspects
Civil rights -- United States
War on Terrorism, 2001- Moral and ethical aspects
Alt Title What happens when the government breaks its own laws
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