Martial law is essentially the replacement of civilian government by the military. Some fear coronavirus may be used as an excuse to limit civil liberties in America. Others say the declaration of martial law would be ineffective in combating the disease and an abuse of power.
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Why Coronavirus Is Unlikely To Lead To Martial Law In The U.S.
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