Constitution Day Debate: Has the War on Terror Undermined the U.S. Constitution?





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Published on Sep 25, 2012

Is the war on terror consistent with the letter and spirit of the Constitution? This will be the question at issue in a debate featuring Stephen W. Knott (Professor of National Security Studies, U.S. Naval War College) and Ofer Raban (Professor of Law, University of Oregon Law School). Professor Knott's most recent book, Rush to Judgment: George W. Bush, the War on Terror, and His Critics, was published by the University of Kansas Press in March 2012. Professor Raban's recent publications include "Constitutionalizing Corruption" (on the Citizens United decision) and "Cloak of National Security Obscures Logic." This event will be co-sponsored by the PLACE pilot project on "The Legacies of War" the Office of Academic Affairs, and the Jack Miller Center Constitution Day initiative.

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