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Title:
Never again : securing America and restoring justice
Author:
Ashcroft, John D., 1942-
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Edition:
First edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Center Street, [2006]

©2006
Physical Description:
viii, 294 pages ; 24 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
Crash in the night: a nightmare while awake -- Defeated by a dead man: the controversial 2000 senate reelection campaign -- A marked man: the senate confirmation battle, Part 1 -- Throwing heat: the senate confirmation battle, Part 2 -- Trouble at the FBI: the Hanssen spy scandal -- A new culture: don't ever stop -- The botched prosecution of Timothy McVeigh: an innocent system -- Terror strikes: September 11, 2001 -- New priorities: from prosecution to prevention -- Tearing down the wall: confronting the "secret spy court" -- Terrorists among us: the hunt for American al Queda -- Phantoms of lost liberty: the battle to defend justice -- Intelligence-based immigration: the need to secure our borders -- Judgment in Manhattan: the prosecution of Lynne Stewart -- Uncovering the truth: The 9/11 Commission: part 1 -- The millennium plot: The 9/11 Commission, part 2 -- Transnational terror: the surprising truth about international cooperation in the war on terror -- Never again: the moral imperative for toughness.
ISBN:
9781599956800
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

In this provocative book, the most controversial attorney general in U.S. history tells the untold story behind the war on terror in post-9/11 America. In his own words, John Ashcroft shares his unique perspective on the dangers to and within America from outside forces and explains what he did to repair the serious breaches in the country's security.


Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Crash in the Night: A Nightmare While Awakep. 1
Chapter 2 Defeated by a Dead Man: The Controversial 2000 Senate Reelection Campaignp. 13
Chapter 3 A Marked Man: The Senate Confirmation Battle, Part 1p. 39
Chapter 4 Throwing Heat: The Senate Confirmation Battle, Part 2p. 65
Chapter 5 Trouble at the FBI: The Hanssen Spy Scandalp. 73
Chapter 6 A New Culture: Don't Ever Stopp. 89
Chapter 7 The Botched Prosecution of Timothy McVeigh: An Innocent Systemp. 101
Chapter 8 Terror Strikes: September 11, 2001p. 115
Chapter 9 New Priorities: From Prosecution to Preventionp. 131
Chapter 10 Tearing Down the Wall: Confronting the "Secret Spy Court"p. 143
Chapter 11 Terrorists Among Us: The Hunt for American al Qaedap. 163
Chapter 12 Phantoms of Lost Liberty: The Battle to Defend Justicep. 185
Chapter 13 Intelligence-Based Immigration: The Need to Secure Our Bordersp. 197
Chapter 14 Judgment in Manhattan: The Prosecution of Lynne Stewartp. 217
Chapter 15 Uncovering the Truth: The 9/11 Commission, Part 1p. 231
Chapter 16 The Millennium Plot: The 9/11 Commission, Part 2p. 251
Chapter 17 Transnational Terror: The Surprising Truth About International Cooperation in the War on Terrorp. 265
Chapter 18 Never Again: The Moral Imperative for Toughnessp. 279