March 2005
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar2005, Issue 151, p61
Focuses on the treatment of Iraqi and Cuban prisoners in the U.S. Role of legislation concerning the permission of practicing torture to reduce its incidence; Exceptions involved in the general prohibition of torture; Need for the Constitution to be amended to authorize the president to suspend habeas corpus.


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