Five years after terrorist hijackers leveled the World Trade Center, the courts of the 2nd Circuit have been the scene of a series of collisions between national security priorities and civil liberties.
President George W. Bush’s response to Sept. 11, 2001, has been characterized by civil libertarians as an unprecedented assault on basic freedoms and the independence of the judiciary.
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