Table of contents for Terrorism, government, and law : national authority and local autonomy in the War on Terror / edited by Susan N. Herman and Paul Finkelman.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Susan N. Herman, INTRODUCTION: NATIONAL AUTHORITYAND LOCAL AUTONOMY IN THE WAR ON TERROR
Ann Althouse,THE VIGOR OF ANTI-COMMANDEERING DOCTRINE IN TIMES OF TERROR
Ernest A. Young, WELCOME TO THE DARK SIDE: Liberals Rediscover Federalism in the Wake of the War on Terror
Susan N. Herman, COLLAPSING SPHERES: Joint Terrorism Task Forces, Federalism, and the War on Terror
Ronald K. Chen, STATE INCARCERATION OF FEDERAL PRISONERS AFTER SEPTEMBER 11: Whose Jail Is It Anyway?
Erwin Chemerinsky, EMPOWERING STATES WHEN IT MATTERS: A Different Approach to Preemption 
Vikram David Amar, CONVERSE § 1983 SUITS IN WHICH STATES POLICE FEDERAL AGENTS: An Idea Whose Time Has Arrived 
Paul Finkelman, THE ROOTS OF PRINTZ: Proslavery Constitutionalism, National Law Enforcement, Federalism, and Local Cooperation
Jason Mazzone, THE SECURITY CONSTITUTION

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

War and emergency powers -- United States.
Terrorism -- United States.
Executive power -- United States.
Civil rights -- United States.
War on Terrorism, 2001- -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Federal government -- United States.
Intergovernmental cooperation -- United States.