Attorney General Eric Holder entered the Justice Department on a mission to reinvent it. He’d rectify the dubious hires of the Bush era; he’d shut down Guantánamo and try the most notorious detainees here on U.S. soil; he’d speak forcefully and often about the return of the rule of law. Unfortunately, Washington doesn’t like an idealist
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