restricted access   Volume 6, Number 1, Spring 2006

Table of Contents

From: CR: The New Centennial Review

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Special Issue: Whose Homeland?

Editors' Note

pp. vii-viii
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Articles

A Not So Friendly Fascism? Political Prisons and Prisoners in the United States

pp. 1-54
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The War on Terrorism and the Loss of Freedom

pp. 55-67
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The Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003: A Glimpse into a Post-PATRIOT Act Approach to Combating Domestic Terrorism

pp. 69-94
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Report from the Field: The Denver Spy Files

pp. 95-101
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Death Knell for the American Right to Counsel: The Lynne Stewart Case and the Impact of Federal Government Spying on Attorneys

pp. 103-131
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Prometheus: The Emergence of the Police State in America

pp. 133-169
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"Torture Chambers and Rape Rooms": What Abu Ghraib Can Tell Us about the American Carceral System

pp. 171-194
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Misusing Immigration Policies in the Name of Homeland Security

pp. 195-224
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Immigrants and the Government's War on Terrorism

pp. 225-237
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Reflections on Homeland and Security

pp. 239-267
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Book Reviews

Being Captured Is beside the Point

pp. 269-282
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 283-285
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