Guest Host: Andrea Seabrook

The Bush administration’s response to 9/11 included a review of the executive’s powers under the law to conduct domestic surveillance, detain and interrogate enemy combatants, and many other matters. An attorney who was involved in that process explains what went into that review and the administration’s decisions, and why he believes they were the right choices for the country.


  • John Yoo Professor at the University of California at Berkeley School of Law, former deputy assistant attorney general in the Office of Legal Counsel of the Department of Justice, author of "War By Other Means" (Atlantic Monthly Press), and visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute
  • Kate Martin Director of the Center for National Security Studies

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