criminal law; symposium; communications law; international law; first amendment
This Article examines how the government’s speech in the War on Terror can threaten free speech, equal protection, and due process values. It focuses primarily on the constitutional harms threatened by the government’s speech itself (what some call a form of “soft law”), rather than on situations in which the government’s speech may be evidence of a constitutionally impermissible motive for its “hard law” actions.
Government Speech and the War on Terror,
86 Fordham L. Rev. 543
Available at: https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flr/vol86/iss2/9