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War Versus Criminal Justice in Responding to Terrorism: The Losing Logic of Torture


War Versus Criminal Justice in Responding to Terrorism: The Losing Logic of Torture

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In his speech to the Reserve Officers Association, President Bush joined two ways of thinking about the response to terrorism.  Most commonly the President refers to the War on Terror (nine references), but also promised justice (one reference).

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McCauley, Clark. 2009. "War Versus Criminal Justice in Responding to Terrorism: The Losing Logic of Torture." In Terrorism and Torture: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, eds. Werner G.K. Stritzke, Stephan Lewandowsky, David Denemark, Joseph Clare, and Frank Morgan. New York, NY:Cambridge, 63-85.

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Clark McCauley
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