Trading Liberties

Friday, April 25, 2003

The government's war on terrorism has left plenty of collateral damage in its wake, especially when it comes to Americans' basic freedoms. So far, it seems that citizens are willing to sacrifice some civil liberties in exchange for national security. But as Bob examines the trade-offs that have already been made, he finds that much of the damage is invisible, and potentially more far-reaching than many think.

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