The Senate Intelligence Committee Report on Torture

By Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Melville House, Brooklyn, London. 549 pages, $16.95.

, New York Law Journal

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By now we have a good idea of what is in the recent Senate Torture Report even without reading it. As soon as it became public in December, the media educated us, and in the process seared our consciences about the awful things done in our name. Even so, it is still well worth reading the actual report.

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