Eric M. Freedman
lawemf at MAIL1.HOFSTRA.EDU
Tue Oct 8 18:16:33 PDT 2002
The Center for Constitutional Rights in NYC has published a fairly long
analysis by Nancy Chang (NChang at ccr-ny.org). -E.
Prof. Eric M. Freedman
Hofstra Law School
Hempstead, NY 11550
LAWEMF at Hofstra.edu
>>> SCHROEDER at LAW.DUKE.EDU 10/08/02 01:55PM >>>
CRS has two good publications - one a brief sketch of the contents, the
other a 75 page legal analysis. The second does a good job laying out
the existing law into which provisions of the Patriot Act are supposed
to fit. As you would expect from CRS, it doesn't question the
constitutionality of the Act's provisions, but it does lay out the
existing legal landscape. These are USA Patriot Act, A Sketch RS21203,
April 18, 2002 and USA Patriot Act, Legal Analysis RL31377, April 15,
2002. both by Charles Doyle.
>>> bryanw at TJSL.EDU 10/08/02 01:04PM >>>
David Cole, Enemy Aliens, 54 Stan L Rev 953, 966-74 (May 2002) has a
section focusing on the impact on non-US citizens.
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Allan Ides [mailto:allan.ides at LLS.EDU]
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> Does anyone know of a succinct article or essay discussing the various
> constituional issues raised by the Patriot Act?
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> Allan Ides
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