Anthony Gregory's The Power of Habeas Corpus in America points out a paradox: Habeas corpus has served not just as a check on state power but as an engine advancing it. The book, Jonathan Hafetz writes in his review, is a valuable contribution to the literature on habeas corpus, one with broader implications for civil liberties, state power, and justice in a liberal democracy.
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