On an average day in the United States, seven young people are shot to death. A British journalist chooses a random day in 2013 and profiles each of the lives cut short.
A panel talks about the legal and historical divisions between the armed forces and the police, and how they could be affected by the war on terrorism and the administration’s homeland security measures.
- Eric Schmitt reporter, The New York Times.
- Tim Edgar legislative counsel at the American Civil Liberties Union Washington National Office
- Douglas W. Kmiec professor of constitutional law and Caruso family chair in constitutional law at Pepperdine University
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