Anti-Terror: Actual or Potential Abuses

  1. HTML Version - Local HTML Version - Local PDF Version - Remote Draft: Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003
  2. PDF Version - Local PDF Version - Remote Proposed VICTORY Act of 2003, version of July 30, 2003
  3. HTML Version - Local PDF Version - Remote Proposed VICTORY Act of 2003, version of June 27, 2003
  4. HTML Version - Local PDF Version - Local USA PATRIOT Act
  5. HTML Version - Local Rights of foreigners in the "war on terrorism", Jon Roland — Article: November 26, 2001.
  6. HTML Version - Remote Anti-Terrorism Legislation, Homeland Security, and Related Issues — Association of Research Libraries.
  7. HTML Version - Remote Libraries and the Patriot Legislation — American Library Association.
  8. HTML Version - Remote EFF Analysis of USA PATRIOT Act — Electronic Frontier Foundation.
  9. HTML Version - Remote The USA PATRIOT Act: What's So Patriotic About Trampling on the Bill of Rights? — Center for Constitutional Rights.
  10. HTML Version - Remote USA Patriot Act Boosts Government Powers While Cutting Back on Traditional Checks and Balances — American Civil Liberties Union.
    1. HTML Version - Remote Homeland Security Department Must Be Open and Accountable — American Civil Liberties Union.
    2. HTML Version - Remote Keep America Safe and Free — American Civil Liberties Union.
  11. HTML Version - Remote Response to September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks — Center for Democracy and Technology.
  12. HTML Version - Remote In Search of Homeland Security — Bill of Rights Institute.
  13. HTML Version - Remote A Stake in Civil Liberties — Bill of Rights Defense Committee.
  14. HTML Version - Remote Terrorism and the US Reaction — BU Law Library: International Research.
  15. HTML Version - Remote Domestic Security and Privacy — Jeannette Rankin Peace Center.
  16. HTML Version - Remote Homeland Security and Higher Education — American Association of University Professors.
  17. HTML Version - Remote The New Homeland Security Apparatus Impeding the Fight Against Agile Terrorists — Cato Institute.
    1. HTML Version - Remote Will a New Federal Bureaucracy Make Us More Secure? — Cato Institute.
    2. HTML Version - Remote Cato Daily Dispatch for November 19, 2002 — Cato Institute.
  18. HTML Version - Remote USA Patriot Act of 2001 with Section-by-Section Review — Carl Shusterman.
  19. HTML Version - Remote Shape Your World Talking Points on Civil Liberties — Shape Your World is a coalition of national organizations.
  20. HTML Version - Remote Institute For Homeland Security — Advancing National Strategies and Enabling Results (ANSER).
  21. HTML Version - Remote CDI Terrorism Project: Homeland Defense — Analysis from the Center for Defense Information.
  22. HTML Version - Remote Homeland Security Act Poses Threat to Government Oversight, Civil Rights and Liberties — People For the American Way.
  23. HTML Version - Remote Legal Aspects of Terrorism — Americans for Effective Law Enforcement (AELE).
  24. HTML Version - Remote Legislating Tyranny — Michael G. Leventhal.
  25. HTML Version - Local HTML Version - Remote "Public Servants" Going After "Constitutional Terrorists"?, by Angel Shamaya, November 14, 2001.
  26. HTML Version - Remote Rights & Liberties — Alternet.
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Original URL: http://www.constitution.org/abus/terror/anti-terror.htm
Maintained:
Jon Roland of the Constitution Society
Original date: 2002/12/8 — 


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