Guantanamo and the Abuse of Presidential Power [E–pub/Pdf]


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    Guantanamo and the Abuse of Presidential Power [E–pub/Pdf] REVIEW É eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB × Joseph Margulies READ Guantanamo and the Abuse of Presidential Power I need to remind myself somehow to read nonfiction in 2020

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    Guantanamo and the Abuse of Presidential Power [E–pub/Pdf] Not necessarily by any virtue of its own this book has significantly altered the order of the priorities in my life As I read what was being done to other human beings in my name I became both outraged that such things would be done so brazenly and determined to ensure that they wouldn't happen again Since I finished this book in March of

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    Guantanamo and the Abuse of Presidential Power [E–pub/Pdf] This is a very good and detailed look at the mess that the Dubbya regime made of this Written by one of the lawyers that took them on in court it sometimes runs a bit long He makes the case though1 the president and his administration essentially considered themselves abovebeyond legal touch the president claims he and he alone must have the flexibility to define the enemy as he sees fitand to act against it no matter

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    Guantanamo and the Abuse of Presidential Power [E–pub/Pdf] READ Guantanamo and the Abuse of Presidential Power A balanced and insightful first hand analysis of the legal morass that is Gitmo A hugely important work for lawyers civil rights activists political scientists and voters alike that also begins to tell the human conseuences of one of the greatest war crimes of the Bush presidency The most critical and unanswered uestion is when will America bring this renegade Administration to justice?

  5. says: Guantanamo and the Abuse of Presidential Power [E–pub/Pdf] Joseph Margulies × 7 FREE READ

    Guantanamo and the Abuse of Presidential Power [E–pub/Pdf] This was an interesting book It was also a sad book about the abuse of power when we have an imperial presidenc

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    REVIEW É eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB × Joseph Margulies Guantanamo and the Abuse of Presidential Power [E–pub/Pdf] This book made me want to be a lawyer

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Guantanamo and the Abuse of Presidential PowerSarily by any virtue of its own this book has significantly altered the order of the priorities in my life As I read what was being done TO OTHER HUMAN BEINGS IN MY other human beings in my I became both outraged that such things would be done so brazenly and determined to ensure that they wouldn t happen again Since I finished this book in March of 2008 I have invested significant effort into educating myself on the issue of human rights and how the US Government has worked to uphold #its commitments to international law Thus far the disturbing truth seems to #commitments to international law Thus far the disturbing truth seems to that the financial interests of a minority of wealthy elites have been the primary force shaping US foreign and domestic policy and that these same interests are diametrically opposed to the spread of democracy and the rule of international law My research has also indicated that the media has been My research has also indicated that the media has been in most of the decisions to violate human rights and international law both to avoid embarrassing uestions about its own commitmen. Ught and won the right for prisoners to have judicial review this important book will be of immense interest to liberals and conservatives alike With shocking facts and firsthand accounts Margulies takes readers deep into the Guanta namo Bay prison into the interrogation rooms and secret cells where hundreds of men and boys have been designated enemy combatants Held without legal process they have been consigned to live out their days in isolatio. .
T to corporate profits and to MAINTAIN FAVOR WITH THE RULERS WHILE favor with the rulers While book only covers a tiny proportion of these issues in its discussion of the Bush administration s decision to detain people illegally and disregard international law it is the book that first inspired me to ask what the hell was going on in the minds of the rulers This was an interesting book It was also a sad book about the abuse of power when we have an imperial presidency It is also a story of how smart people can make bad decisions and rationalize them away I need to remind myself somehow to read nonfiction in 2020 A balanced and insightful first hand analysis of the legal morass that is Gitmo A hugely important work for lawyers civil rights activists political scientists and voters alike that also begins to tell the human conseuences of one of the greatest war crimes of the Bush presidency The most critical and unanswered uestion is when will America bring this renegade Administration to justice. N until the Bush administration sees fit to release them if itever does Margulies warns Americans to be especially concerned by the administration's assertion that the Presidentcan have unlimited and unchecked legal authorityTracing the arguments on both sides of the debate this vitally important book paints a portrait of a country divided on the brink of ethical collapse where the loss of personal freedoms is under greater threat than ever befor. ,
This is a very good and detailed look at the mess that the Dubbya regime made of this Written by one of the lawyers that took them in court IT SOMETIMES RUNS BIT LONG sometimes runs a bit long makes the case though1 the president and his administration essentially considered themselves abovebeyond legal touch the president claims he and he alone must have the flexibility to define the enemy as he Sees Fitand To Act Against fitand to act against no matter what form it takes p122 therefore even tactics outside Geneva Conventions are permitted according to the Administration3 these stances have globally damaged the US moral position in ways that jeopardize their troops and citizens abroad Other nations will consider this as permission to ignore long observed Conventions regarding detaineesprisonersNumber 3 above will affect the nation for years and decades after Bush For this reason alone the nation should look on the Bush Presidency as a disaster Hubris extremata This book made me want to be a lawyer Not neces. In his address to the nation on September 20 2001 President Bush declared war on terrorism and set in motion a detention policy unlike any we have ever seen Since then the United States has seized thousands of people from around the globe setting off a firestorm of controversy Guantanamo and the Abuse of Presidential Power explores that policy and the intense debates that have followed Written by an expert on the subject one of the lawyers who fo.