Preventing Surprise Attacks Intelligence Reform Essay

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In the book that I have read, Preventing Surprise Attacks Intelligence Reform In The Wake Of 9/11, author Richard A. Posner tells of the behind the scene looks on 9/11 and all other terrorism attacks that went on around 9/11. Richard A. Posner, in the first full length study of the post 9/11 movement for the intelligence reform argues that the 9/11 Commission’s was unorganized and completely insufficient. With being a former graduate of Harvard Law School, he was assistant to Commissioner Philip Elman of the Federal Trade Commission. Judge Posner has written a number of books, including Economic Analysis of Law (9th ed., 2014); The Economics of Justice (1981); Law and Literature (3rd ed. 2009); The Problems of Jurisprudence (1990); Cardozo: A Study in Reputation (1990); The Essential Holmes (1992); Sex and Reason (1992); Overcoming Law (1995); The Federal Courts: Challenge and Reform (1996); Law and Legal Theory in England and America (1996); The Problematics of Moral and Legal Theory (1999); Antitrust Law (2d ed. 2001); Law, Pragmatism, and Democracy (2003); Catastrophe: Risk and Response (2004); Preventing Surprise Attacks: Intelligence Reform in the Wake of 9/11 (2005); How Judges Think (2008); and Reflections on Judging (2013). He also wrote books on the Clinton impeachment and Bush v. Gore and many articles in legal and economic journals and book reviews in the popular press. There have been many other books that Posner has authored before as well. In this book, its…

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