The Power of Habeas Corpus in America: From the King's Prerogative to the War on Terror

@inproceedings{Gregory2013ThePO,
  title={The Power of Habeas Corpus in America: From the King's Prerogative to the War on Terror},
  author={A. Gregory},
  year={2013}
}
Part I. A History of Power Struggles: 1. Common law, royal courts 2. Parliament and the king 3. Americanization 4. Constitutional counterrevolution 5. Fugitive slaves and liberty laws 6. Suspension and civil war 7. The writ reconstructed 8. Lynch mob justice 9. The writ in world war 10. Federal activism and retreat Part II. Executive Detention in Post-9/11 America: 11. Ad hoc detentions 12. Bush's prerogative 13. The dance of the court and the executive 14. Obama's legal black hole Part III… Expand
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