Table of contents for Civil rights in peril : the targeting of Arabs and Muslims / by Elaine Hagopian, editor.


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CONTENTS
Preface
Elaine C. Hagopian
Acknowledgements
Part I	Pre- and Post-September 11, 2001 Legislation and Regulations Affecting Civil Liberties
1. Race and Civil Rights Pre-September 11, 2001: The Targeting of Arabs and Muslims.
 Susan M. Akram and Kevin R. Johnson
2. Profiled: Arabs, Muslims and the Post-September 11, 2001 Hunt for the "Enemy Within"
 Nancy Murray
Part II 	Sustaining and Reinforcing Demonization of Arabs and Muslims: 
		Manufacturing Racist Images of Arabs and Muslims
3. "Our Enemies Among Us"-The Portrayal of Arab and Muslim Americans in Post-9/11 
 American Media
 Robert Morlino
4. The New Cold War Network: Arabs and Muslims as the Enemy at Home and Abroad
 Will Youmans 
Part III	The Convergence of U.S. Domestic Shift to the Far Right and the Pursuit of
		Global Expansion: The Criminalization of Arab and Muslim Communities
5 Roots of the American Anti-Terrorism Crusade 
 Samih Farsoun 
 
6. American Global Reach and the Anti-Terrorist Crusade of George W. Bush.
 Naseer Aruri 
7. The Interlocking of Right Wing Politics and U.S. Middle East Policy: Solidifying 
 Arab/Muslim Demonization 
 Elaine C. Hagopian




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