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January 27, 2005

"How to Interrogate Terrorists"

The Manhattan Institute's own Heather Mac Donald (the recent winner of a $250,000 Bradley Foundation prize) has a fascinating piece by this title in City Journal that provides much needed perspective on the recent media discussion of the subject. The piece has provoked discussion, and Mac Donald has responded in a debate worth reading: Marty Lederman, Jan. 11; Mac Donald, Jan. 13; Andrew Sullivan, Jan. 12; Mac Donald, Jan. 13; Sullivan, Jan. 14; Mac Donald, Jan. 14; Sullivan, New York Times Book Review, Jan. 23; Lederman, Jan. 23; Mac Donald, Jan. 25.

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