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Lawrence Velvel - Are Our Highest Officials Guilty of Torture (2006)

Lawrence Velvel - Are Our Highest Officials Guilty of Torture (2006)

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T
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 $4.95
A Journal of Informed Opinion
Volume 6  Number 4
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Are Our Highest OfficialsGuilty of Torture?
Lawrence R. VelvelJ. Peter PhamMitch WertliebDavid WeissbrodtFrancis A. BoyleAlex HookeMargaret L. Satterthwaite & Angelina FisherMarc SapirJeffrey F. AddicottGeorge PhilliesMassachusetts School of LawJames Madison UniversityVermont Public RadioUniversity of MinnesotaUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignVilla Julie CollegeNew YorkUniversityPhysicianSt. Mary's UniversityWorcester Polytechnic Institute
 
E
DITORS
Lawrence R. Velvel, Editor-in-Chief Holly Vietzke, Associate Editor
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BJECTIVE
The Long Term View
is a public policy journal that devotes each issue to an in-depth discussion of a single topic.Views expressed in
 LTV 
do not reflect the views of the journal, the editors, or the Massachusetts School of Law atAndover.
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To achieve our objective, we welcome submissions in many forms, including personal essays and analytical articles.Whatever the format, we want unambiguous, economical prose. Contributions will be edited for clarity, style, andbrevity. Authors are responsible for the accuracy of all citations and data. Guidelines for submission are listed below.
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 LTV 
welcomes correspondence.
The Long Term View
Massachusetts School of Law at Andover500 Federal StreetAndover MA 01810Tel: (978) 681-0800 Fax (978) 681-6330E-mail: vietzke@mslaw.edu
G
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S
UBMISSIONS
The Long Term View
encourages the submission of unsolicited manuscripts on future topics. Published articles gen-erally range from 2,500 to 7,000 words, although some articles of greater or shorter length are published. Manuscriptsmust be typed; all citations must be listed as endnotes. Authors
must 
provide an electronic copy, by disk or e-mail(vietzke@mslaw.edu). Accepted submissions will be edited for clarity and brevity. Authors are responsible for theaccuracy of their data and citations.ISSN 1066-1182© Copyright 2006 M
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Printed by Kelley SolutionsPortsmouth, New Hampshire
 
Table of Contents
 Introduction
Lawrence R. Velvel3
Torture, Democracy, and the War on Terrorism
J. Peter Pham6
 Do Americans Care About Torture?
Mitch Wertlieb18
The Absolute Prohibition of Torture and Ill-Treatment 
David Weissbrodt22
 A Campaign to Impeach President George W. Bush
Francis A. Boyle43
The Pain Beyond Law
Alex Hooke46
Tortured Logic: Renditions to Justice, Extraordinary
Margaret L. Satterthwaite
 Rendition, and Human Rights Law
& Angelina Fisher52
The Logic of Torture—Impunity, Democracy, and the
Marc Sapir72
State Power The Practice of Rendition in the War on Terror 
Jeffrey F. Addicott77
 America is Guilty of Torture
George Phillies84
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Volume 6, Number 4Spring 2006 
Are Our Highest Officials Guilty of Torture?

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