Volume 66, No. 1

Volume 66, No. 1 contains the following articles:

  • "Isolation, Sensory Deprivation, and Sensory Overload: History, Research, and Interrogation Policy, from the 1950s to the Present Day," by Jeffrey S. Kaye
  • "Reliability, Waterboarded Confessions and Reclaiming the Lessons of Brown v. Mississippi in the Terrorism Cases," by M. Katherine B. Darmer
  • "America's Special Path: U.S. Torture in Historical Perspective," by Michael Bryant
  • "Book Review of The Torture Memos: Rationalizing the Unthinkable," by Alan Clarke