Waging War on Trial: A Handbook with Cases, Laws, and Documents

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ABC-CLIO, 2003 - 342 halaman

From the American Revolution to the Bush administration's new type of war on terror, Waging War on Trial views warfare from a legal, social, cultural, and political standpoint. Included are homefront debates during major hostilities, "brushfire" incidents, and how the events of September 11th have shaped our domestic wartime policy.

The battle continues today as the President and Congress debate over who begins and ends military operations. Concerns about civil liberties, the draft, and internal security are as relevant today as during the Civil War. Questions arise on how dissenters and minorities are treated and if America can legally control the behavior of our soldiers. It's an intricate interplay between war and America's institutions.

 

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Index
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About the Author
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Brian R. Dirck is assistant professor of American history at Anderson University, Anderson, IN.

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