Table of contents for The Constitution and 9/11 : recurring threats to America's freedoms / Louis Fisher.

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 Chapter 1. America's Values
 	English Liberties
 		Magna Carta
 		Petition of Right
 		John Lilburne
 		William Penn
 	Trial Safeguards
 		Grand Jury
 		Self-Incrimination and Coerced Testimony
 		Habeas Petition
 		A Public Trial
 		Right of Confrontation
 		Access by the Press
 		Assistance of Counsel
 	Exceptions to Openness
 		In Camera Proceedings
 		Ex Parte Sessions
 		Sealing of Records
 		Closed Oral Argument
 Chapter 2. Secrets: Real and Contrived
 	Constitutional Secrets
 	Classified Information
 		Fines and Imprisonment
 		Death Penalty
 		Free Press Concerns
 	Military Installations
 	Atomic Secrets
 	CIA Covert Agents
 	Grand Jury Secrecy
 	When Secrecy Brings Harm
 		Pearl Harbor
 		Pentagon Papers
 		The Watergate Tapes
 		PDB of August 6, 2001
 Chapter 3. Democratic Growing Pains, 1789-1865
 	Group Intolerance
 		Madison's Theories
 		Militias and Individual Freedom
 		Neutrality Proclamation
 		Whiskey Rebellion
 		"Democratic Societies"
 		Lawmakers Respond
 	Moving toward the Alien and Sedition Acts
 		Naturalization Bill
 		Alien Friends
 		Alien Enemies
 		Sedition Act
 	Anti-Masonic Movement
 	Know-Nothing Party
 Chapter 4. Targeting Undesirables, 1865-1940
 	Chinese Immigrants
 		Treaty Understandings
 		Presidential Resistance
 		Judicial Supervision
 		Arbitrary Administration
 	Treatment of Japanese
 		Court Cases
 		Exclusion Policy
 		Not Eligible for U.S. Citizenship
 	Anarchists and Other Unwanted Classes
 		Legislation on Anarchists
 		Espionage and Sedition
 		The Red Scare
 		Impact of the Great War
 		Teaching German Outlawed
 		Enter the Supreme Court
 	The Unfit
 		Carrie Buck's Case
 Chapter 5. World War II and the Cold War
 	The Seditionists
 		Minneapolis Trial
 		The Great Sedition Trial
 	Crackpots, Subversives, and Communists
 		The Kerr Subcommittee
 		Legislative Punishment
 		Challenges in Court
 	Japanese Americans
 		The Curfew Order
 		Detention Camps
 		An American Apology
 	Loyalty of Federal Employees
 		Loyalty Review Boards
 		The Attorney General's List
 		Applying Truman's Order
 	The Courts Take a Look
 		Dorothy Bailey
 		State and Local Programs
 		Other Federal Actions
 		Private Employees in Defense Industries
 		Rachel Brauner
 	The Spirit of McCarthyism
 Chapter 6. Military Tribunals and Detention
 	Historical Precedents
 		Lessons after 1789
 	The Quirin Precedent
 		German Saboteurs Arrive
 		Review by the Supreme Court
 		Academic Critiques
 	Detention Camps
 		The Political Climate of 1971
 		Congressional Purpose
 		Legislative History
 		Further Clarification
 	Enemy Combatants
 	Yaser Esam Hamdi
 		The Mobbs Declaration
 		In District Court
 		Action by the Supreme Court
 	Jose Padilla
 		Another Mobbs Declaration
 		District Court in New York
 		Supreme Court
 		The Rapp Declaration
 		The Quirin Model
 		Actions in the Fourth Circuit
 	Ali al-Marri
 Chapter 7. Guantanamo
 	Interrogation Methods
 	Shaping Detainee Policy
 	Steps toward Torture
 		JAG Officers
 		A Law-Free Zone?
 		Do Treaties and Statutes Bind the President?
 		The Bybee Memo
 		Working Groups
 	Abu Ghraib
 	Round One: Rasul
 	Round Two: Hamdan
 		Detainee Treatment Act
 		The Court's Decision
 	The Military Commissions Act
 		The Administration's Bill
 		Procedural Protections
 		The CIA Exception
 	Round Three: Boumediene
 Chapter 8. State Secrets Privilege
 	Aaron Burr's Trial
 		Jefferson's Indictment
 		Burr Defends Himself
 		Verdict: Not Guilty
 	Spy Cases
 		Other Espionage Lawsuits
 		"Mr. and Mrs. Doe"
 	Reynolds: Three Widows in Court
 		Action in District Court
 		Pre-Reynolds Guidance
 		The Third Circuit Affirms
 		Final Step: Supreme Court
 	Fraud against the Court
 	The Judge Runs the Courtroom
 	Invoking Privileges at a Cost
 Chapter 9. NSA Surveillance
 	Establishing Limits on Wiretaps
 	Illegal Domestic Surveillance
 		The Huston Plan
 		Judicial Response
 		The FISA Statute
 	Warrantless Surveillance after 9/11
 		Formal Legal Defense
 		Secret Briefings
 	Secret Executive Law
 		A Hospital Visit
 		Hayden's Testimony
 	Challenges in Court
 		California Case
 		Detroit/Sixth Circuit
 		Islamic Charity
 		El Paso Interview
 	Legislative Remedies
 		Executive Self-Investigation
 		A Mid-Course Correction
 		Swerving again: McConnell's Testimony
 		Retroactive Immunity
 Chapter 10. Extraordinary Rendition
 	Legal Principles
 		Requiring a Statute or Treaty
 		Prisoners of War
 	Adding an Adjective
 		Prohibitions on Torture
 		Renditions under Clinton
 		Changes after 9/11
 	Administration Defenses
 		European Investigations
 		Rice Offers an Explanation
 		How Allies Reacted
 		At Last: Coming Clean
 		Continuing Investigations
 		Mahar Arar
 		Khaled El-Masri
 	CIA Interrogations
 Index of Cases
 Index of Subjects

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

War on Terrorism, 2001- -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Civil rights -- United States.
War and emergency powers -- United States.
Official secrets -- United States.