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Disappearing “Legal Black Holes”

It has been quite common in the last decade, when difficult legal questions were raised about individual rights and judicial review—the rights, for example, of noncitizen military detainees at Guantanamo, or of U.S. citizens targeted with drone strikes in Yemen—to hear lawyers assert that centuries-old understandings, precedents, and practices support their arguments.

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