An Interview with Kathy Greenberg PDF
Cardozos new Chairman of the Board discusses her goals and her passion for the Law School.
A Free, Informed, and Courageous
Press Insures National Security PDF
In a keynote address, a former New York Times columnist suggests that the press has not done enough, said enough, or adequately covered the repressive actions of the Bush administration in the aftermath of 9/11.
BY ANTHONY LEWIS
The Guantánamo Detainee Case PDF
Dean Rudenstine argues that the Supreme Courts opinion in Rasul v. Bush upholds the commitments to due process
and separation of power, as he discusses the decision and its impact on future cases involving national security.
BY DAVID RUDENSTINE
DEAN AND DR. HERMAN GEORGE AND KATE KAISER PROFESSOR OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Baghdad Diary PDF
Prof. Monroe Price spent a week in Baghdad working with officials to establish an Iraqi version of the Federal
Communications Commission and a public service broadcaster. His first-hand account includes a description
of Saddam Husseins former palace and details of life in a compound surrounded by barriers.
BY MONROE PRICE
JOSEPH AND SADIE DANCIGER PROFESSOR OF LAW AND
DIRECTOR, HOWARD M. SQUADRON PROGRAM IN LAW, MEDIA AND SOCIETY
Using the Power of Imagination
to Heal a Violent World PDF
In accepting the 2004 International Advocate for Peace Award, playwright Eve Ensler shares stories of courageous
women who have triumphed over violence by using non-violent means to attain peace.
BY EVE ENSLER