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My friend L., a magistrate in Britain, is appalled by American-style
sentencing, which has taken hold there recently.
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Back on Friday, June 12, 2002, the Defense Department had a big problem: Its new policy on torture of captives in the "war on terror" was about to be exposed.
This Administration may not know how to rule the world, but it sure can run a ritual.
A forum on the juvenile death penalty.
Alberto Gonzales's nomination to succeed John Ashcroft as Attorney General put the Abu Ghraib torture scandal back on the front pages, since he was directly implicated, as White House counsel, in
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Pinochet's indictment marks a new era.
This essay, from the October 1, 1874, issue of The Nation, is a special selection from The Nation Digital Archive. If you want to read everything The Nation has ever published on the politics of the Justice Department, click here for information on how to acquire individual access to the Archive--an electronic database of every Nation article since 1865.
The war-ravaged, opium-dependent country lives in fear of a new drug war.
- When Networks Snub a Presidential Address, Democracy Is ‘The Biggest Loser’
- GOP Senator Says Obama’s Immigration Speech Could Trigger Some Kind of White Ferguson
- The Truth About Anonymous’s Activism
- The Value of Whiteness
- How a Strange, Secretive, Cult-like Company Is Waging Legal War Against Journalists
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