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Why terrorism is bad

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I negate. The United States ought to exten d to non-citizens accused of terrorism the same constitutional due process protections it grants to citizens. Justice is defined by Merriam-Webster as being in conformity with what is morally upright or good. I will refer to this type of justice as big-J justice, or justice that assumes universality and absolute good. OR Justice is defined from the same source as conforming with what is deemed fair or good. I will refer to this as little-J justice, or justice that is derived from the ethics of the actor undertaking the action. The resolution is not asking about big-J justice. Rather, the resolution only questions whether the action satisfies the little-J conception of justice held by the American government, for two reasons.
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