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The War on the Bill of Rights#and the Gathering Resistance by Nat Hentoff
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The War on the Bill of Rights#and the Gathering Resistance by Nat Hentoff
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Oct 05, 2004 | ISBN 9781583226582

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“I thought I knew the full list of the horribles unleashed by the government in the name of national security since 9/11—until I read this book. Wow! Nat Hentoff—who has no equal in defending the Constitution—has unearthed enough governmental lawlessness to make all Americans sleepless. Buy this book if you love liberty; and after you’ve read it, send your copy to any member of Congress, senator, or judge you know!” –Judge Anthony P. Napolitano, Senior Judicial Analyst, Fox News Channel


“There’s no better resource on our Bill of Rights and constitutional freedoms than Nat Hentoff. With this book, Hentoff sounds the alarm over the steady erosion of our rights while effectively arguing that any hope for our future rests in our ability as citizens to take a stand and fight back.” –John W. Whitehead, Founder and President, The Rutherford Institite


“This book is an inspiring call to twenty-first century patriots to reinvigorate the libertarian and egalitarian ideals of America’s founders, and to resist the violations of those ideals that have run rampant in the ‘War on Terror.’ Hentoff shows that too many purported counter-terrorism measures have made us less free, but not more safe, therefore galvanizing growing resistance among individuals from all across the political spectrum and all walks of life, all across the country.” –Nadine Strossen, President, ACLU


“Anyone concerned with civil liberties should read this short and snappy report from the frontlines of this latest constitutional struggle.” –Publishers Weekly


“[R]emarkably comprehensive and highly readable . . .” –John W. Dean, Los Angeles Times


“Hentoff has written a deft primer that forcefully makes the civil libertarian’s case.” –Vincent J. Cannato, Washington Post Book World

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