By Akhil Reed Amar, Frank Easterbrook, John C. Harrison, et al., Published on 05/09/18
By Hope Forsyth, Published on 05/09/18
Reviewing: Daniel Lachance, Executing Freedom: The Cultural Life of Capital Punishment in the United States (University of Chicago Press 2016); Carol S. Steiker & Jordan M. Steiker, Courting Death: The Supreme Court and Capital Punishment (Belknap Press 2016).
Reviewing: Adrian Vermeule, Law’s Abnegation: From Law’s Empire to the Administrative State (Harvard University Press 2016).
Freedom of speech has traditionally suffered at times of war, and the War on Terror—with its related wars in Iraq and Afghanistan—is no exception: since 9/11, formidable pressures have come to bear on the constitutional freedoms of speech and press. As this paper discusses, these pressures have come from all three branches of the federal government. They include increased...