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Legal Rationale by Justice Dept. on Spying Effort

The Bush administration offered its fullest defense to date Thursday of the National Security Agency’s domestic eavesdropping program, saying that authorization from Congress to deter terrorist attacks “places the president at the zenith of his powers in authorizing the N.S.A. activities.” In a 42-page legal analysis, the Justice Department cited the Constitution, the Federalist Papers, the writings of presidents both Republican and Democratic, and dozens of scholarly papers and court cases in justifying President Bush’s power to order the N.S.A. surveillance program. Full Story

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