Glenn Green­wald, a con­tribut­ing writer for Salon, is the author of the forth­com­ing With Lib­er­ty and Jus­tice for Some: How the Law Is Used to Destroy Equal­i­ty and Protest the Pow­er­ful. For­mer­ly a con­sti­tu­tion­al law and civ­il rights lit­i­ga­tor, he is also author of the New York Times best­selling books How Would a Patri­ot Act? and A Trag­ic Lega­cy, which exam­ines George W. Bush’s legacy.
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Obama’s Illegal Assaults
How once-controversial ‘war on terror’ tactics became the new normal.
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Rechecking the Balance of Powers
The Bush administration has finally been rebuked for its repeated efforts to evade judicial review