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ism. I thought it was essential that I
bring together that material.
I've been to Israel many, many times,
and I've taught courses there on civil
liberties during times of terrorism. I
wrote my first article about civil liber-
ties and terrorism in 1970 on a Ford
Foundation grant in Israel.
I've been able to write this book so
quickly because I've thought about
these issues for a-long time.

changed, but mostly what we need to
do is shape up our security.
We haven't done it. Airlines are not
materially safer than they were previ-
ously. Our borders are not significantly
more difficult to get through than they
were previously. It is not hard for a ter-
rorist to come to this country and
assemble a weapon, even a weapon of
mass destruction.

JN: Why do you want the pUblic to
JN: What legal issues do you continue know about the Roberts Commission
formed after the attack on Pearl
to follow with regard to terrorism and
Harbor?
civil rights?
AD: I think our
AD:My great concern is
greatest failure is that
that this administration
we have not appoint-
has figured out a way of
ed a commission, like
depriving the civil liber-
the Roberts
ties primarily of the
Commission, to
"theys" and not the
know better what
wes.
went wrong on Sept.
They haven't done
11.
anything that really
[I'd like to see] a
affects the civil liberties
nonpartisan
group
of all Americans.
with subpoena power
They've focused their
and access to all the
attention on Muslim
relevant documents,
Americans, Arab
files and information.
Americans, foreigners
They could then tell
— people who don't
us what it is that we
have a lot of influence
need to do to fix up
in the United States.
what was wrong.
It's easier to get away
We haven't done
with taking away their
that because both
rights, but once you
parties worry that a
take away anybody's
tough inquiry would
rights, everybody's
make them both look
rights are in danger.
Alan Dershowitz: "The root
bad. I think that both
cause of terrorism is that it
JN: Do we need more
works. It works successfully; and the Democrats and
legislation to map out
it continues when it works." • Republicans failed in
preventing what we
where lines should be
knew was inevitable,
drawn to protect securi-
and that is a major terrorist attack on
ty and individual rights at the same
the United States.
time?
The Hart-Rudman Commission sev-
AD:I think we need more clarity. I
eral years ago had predicted just such
think the primary failures have not
an event, and we did nothing to boost
been failures of law; they've been fail-
our security against it.
ures of personnel.
How 19 amateurs were able to get
Let's remember that Sept. 11 was
on airplanes with primitive weapons
primarily a failure of intelligence and
and wreak the damage that they did is
personnel and not a failure of laws.
There are a few laws that need to be
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