Shell game

Rosen, Jeffrey
May 1996
New Republic;5/13/96, Vol. 214 Issue 20, p6
Argues against the enactment of the U.S. terrorism bill, Effective Death Penalty and Public Safety Act of 1996, by President Bill Clinton in 1996. Claim on the implication of the bill for the administration of Clinton; Action taken by the Justice Department to reduce its role in the enactment of the bill; Impact of the bill on the prosecution of terrorists, state' rights and civil liberties.


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