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The Case for a Presidential Pardon for Don Siegelman

by Scott Horton | Mar 8, 2016 | Politics

…artment, whose conflict of interest make it an unreliable adviser to the president in such circumstances. Scott Horton is a fellow at The Nation Institute and a contributing editor at Harper’s….

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The Party That Betrayed Lincoln

by Scott Horton | Nov 1, 2014 | Books

…Lincoln cannot indeed pull out of its current death spiral by refashioning itself into a party to which Lincoln would choose to belong. Scott Horton is a fellow at The Nation Institute and a contributing editor at Harper’s magazine, where he covers le…

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The Unbearable Lightness of Being CIA General Counsel

by Scott Horton | Mar 1, 2014 | Books

…lf denial and willingness to ignore inconvenient truths that indeed define John Rizzo as a “company man.” Scott Horton is a fellow at The Nation Institute and a contributing editor at Harper’s….

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Learning to Love Torture

by Bonny Tamres-Moore | Feb 1, 2013 | Foreign Policy, National Security

…r ‘enhanced methods,’” lawyer/journalist Scott Horton wrote in Harper’s in 2008. Prohibition of torture is jus cogens (compelling law), a principle of international law based on values so fundamental they cannot be disregarded. Yet the American public…

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