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Supreme Court Hears Guantanamo Arguments

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Supreme Court Hears Guantanamo Arguments

Supreme Court Hears Guantanamo Arguments

Supreme Court Hears Guantanamo Arguments

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This week, the court takes up the first of three cases that will define presidential power in the age of terror. First up, arguments over the rights of foreigners now being detained at Guantanamo Bay.

Guests:

David Savage
*Supreme Court reporter for the Los Angeles Times

Eugene Fidell
*President of the National Institute of Military Justice, a non-profit organization

Robert Turner
*Co-founder and associate director of the Center for National Security Law at the University of Virginia

Louis Fisher
*Senior specialist in separation of powers at Congressional Research Service
*Author of Presidential War Power