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The Tao of Jack Bauer: What Our Favorite Terrorist Buster Says About Life, Love, Torture, and Saving the World 24 Times in 24 Hours With No Lunch Break Paperback – 11 Mar 2009

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Steven Keslowitz is a Dean's Distinguished Scholar at Benjamin N. Cardozo Law School and Executive Editor of the Cardozo Law Review. Steven is a graduate of the CUNY Honors College at Brooklyn College. He is the author of The World According to The Simpsons: What Our Favorite TV Family Says About Life, Love, and the Pursuit of the Perfect Donut (published in English and Portuguese); From Poland to Brooklyn: The Lives of My Grandparents, Two Holocaust Survivors; and The Simpsons, 24, and the Law: How Homer Simpson and Jack Bauer Influence Congressional Lawmaking and Judicial Reasoning. Steven's views on The Simpsons have been featured in more than 500 media outlets and is required reading at universities. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Worth a read 11 Jan. 2014
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The book is overly concentrated on the torture question and is semi-apologetic about it at that. 24 was in many ways an interesting series to dissect for its politics, cultural impact, complex plotting, etc. It provides endless examples of the philosophical "trolley problem" that alone would make for interesting reading. Not much of any of this here. But since the popularization and/or downplaying of the morality of torture has become such a prominent theme since 9/11, Keslowitz still puts forth enough material in that vein to give it some worth.
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