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Contents

National Security Law and the Constitution

Summary of Contents

Contents 
Preface 
Acknowledgments 

PART I THE CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK  
CHAPTER 1 Lessons of History 
CHAPTER 2 Governmental Frictions 
CHAPTER 3 Government Interaction
CHAPTER 4 International Law and National Security 

PART II WAR POWERS AND MILITARY FORCE 
CHAPTER 5 War Powers 
CHAPTER 6 Military Force and International Law 
CHAPTER 7 The Preventive Detention Alternative 

PART III CRIME AND NATIONAL SECURITY 
CHAPTER 8 Criminal Investigations and National Security 
CHAPTER 9 Prosecuting National Security Crimes 

PART IV INFORMATION AND NATIONAL SECURITY
CHAPTER 10 Intelligence Exploitation 
CHAPTER 11 Protecting Sensitive Information 
CHAPTER 12 National Security and the Press

PART V OTHER NATIONAL SECURITY RESPONSES 
CHAPTER 13 Economic Powers and National Security 
CHAPTER 14 National Security and the Homeland 

Table of Cases 
Table of Statutes 
Index