U.S. Homeland Security: A Reference Handbook
ABC-CLIO, 2005 - 235 pages
A legal scholar details the creation and function of the Department of Homeland Security, placing it in historical context.
From the 1798 Alien and Sedition Acts to the present, the government has aggressively discharged its duty to ensure domestic tranquility, including jailing dissidents and forcing Japanese American citizens into internment camps. In this book, a leading legal scholar explains in detail the present federal actions and places them in historical context.
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Creating a CabinetLevel Department of Homeland
Problems Facing the DHS and Proposed Solutions
Directory of Organizations
Print and Nonprint Resources
About the Author