America and Restoring Justice
By John Ashcroft
States Attorney General
controversial attorney general in U.S. history tells the untold story behind the
war on terror in post-9/11 America.
“John Ashcroft's service as U.S. attorney general began with turmoil: a loss to
a deceased challenger in his U.S. Senate reelection campaign and a tumultuous
confirmation battle. Then, on September 11, 2001, his job was transformed into
the greatest leadership challenge as attorney general has ever faced. Highly
classified intelligence briefings, secret surveillance of terror cells, and
terror war councils with President Bush gave Ashcroft a uniquely comprehensive -
and uniquely chilling - view of the threats to American security.
In Never Again, Ashcroft breaks his silence about historic events that
transpired during his term of office - including the largest terrorist attack in
U.S. history, the enactment and defense of the Patriot Act, the Robert Hanssen
spy scandal, the execution of Timothy McVeigh, and the recently discovered
domestic surveillance program authorized by President Bush.
In this provocative book, readers will meet the man behind the title, hear his
take on the dangers to and within America from outside forces, and discover what
he did to repair the serious breaches in our country's security. Never Again
is a fascinating and probing look at what Ashcroft believes will ultimately make
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