September 9, 2006

DAHLIA LITHWICK gives a rather positive review to Richard Posner’s new book on terrorism and the Constitution:

The real power of Posner’s effort is that he stands back and measures whether Guantanamo Bay and wiretapping are really worth it. It’s proof that the best cure for partisan shrieking is a good old-fashioned game of cost-benefit analysis.

Our podcast interview with Posner can be found here.

UPDATE: Here’s another positive review of Posner’s book, from Peter Berkowitz.

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