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  • Chapter 4Civil Liberties and Securing the HomelandMartin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

  • Civil Liberties and Securing the HomelandMartin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

  • The Early Republic and Civil WarCommunism and the Red ScaresWartime Internment Camps

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

  • The Early Republic and Civil War

    Alien and Sedition ActsSuspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

  • Communism and the Red Scares

    The Red Scare of 1919The Red Scare of the 1930sThe House Un-American Activities CommitteeThe Red Scare of the 1950sSenator Joseph McCarthy and McCarthyism

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

  • Wartime Internment Camps

    Reasons for RelocationThe War Relocation AuthorityConcentrating the Population of Asians of Japanese HeritageThe Civil Liberties Act of 1988

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

  • Practical Considerations: Civil Liberty and Government ResponsesCivil Liberty and Countering Extremism Through Reform

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

  • Practical Considerations: Civil Liberty and Government Responses

    Counterterrorist ObjectivesBalancing Theory and PracticalityElectronic Surveillance and Civil LibertyData Mining by the NSA

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

  • Civil Liberty and Countering Extremism Through Reform

    Coercive Measures to Counter ExtremismSocietal and Cultural ResponsesCase in Point: Cultural Shifts, Inclusion, and Civil Liberty in the United States

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

  • Terrorist ProfilingThe Problem of Labeling the enemyThe Ker-Frisbie Rule and Extraordinary RenditionsCase in Point: The Torture Debate

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

  • Terrorist Profiling

    Similar to Criminal ProfilingCharacteristics Used for Terrorist ProfilingDetentions and Material Witness WarrantsBroad Surveillance Nets

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

  • The Problem of Labeling the Enemy

    Defining TerrorismLabeling DetaineesSpecial Status of SuspectsCivil Liberties and Detainees

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

  • The Ker-Frisbie Rule and Extraordinary Renditions

    Unconventional Tactics and Extraordinary RenditionsUse During Drug WarCIA Operations

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

  • Case in Point: The Torture Debate

    Abu Ghraib ScandalEnhanced InterrogationsMorality and LegitimacyExamples of Techniques

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.

    Martin, Understanding Homeland Security 2015 SAGE Publications, Inc.