The Rise of the National Security State: FEMA and the NSCby Diana Reynolds
ODDS & ENDNOTES
At the time she wrote this article in 1990, Diana Reynolds was a Research
Associate and Program Director at the Edward R. Murrow Center, The Fletcher
School, Tufts University. She was also an Assistant Professor of Politics,
Bradford College and a Lecturer at Northeastern Univeristy. Research assistance
for this article was provided by Charles Haber.
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Table of Contents & Introduction
1. A STATE OF NATIONAL EMERGENCY
2. CIVIL SECURITY PLANNING
3. MILITARY RULE
3b. "THIS IS ONLY A TEST, REPEAT..."
4. THE FALL OF FEMA
5. THE NATIONAL SECURITY STATE AND THE DRUG WAR
5b. A NATIONAL DRUG CZAR
6. ODDS & ENDNOTES
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