ABSTRACT. Donohue looks at the American institution of legal controls on the executive branch and their subsequent erosion post 9/11. Suk holds that criminal law tends to seek new frontiers of liability and to bring into its ambit areas of life previously not regulated by it. Baker says that the criminal law acknowledges mechanistic emotions but it frequently ignores or discounts complicated emotional states. Jacobs and Potter assert that all hate crime laws should be repealed.


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