The Patriot Act

Jan 20th, 2014
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As you pointed out, the government has to weigh the danger of terrorist attacks against individual liberties.  Over time, opinions change.  During World War II, Japanese-American families were detained in camps for the protection of the nation.  Later, that was considered wrong and against the Constitution.  How do you think concerns about the Patriot Act should be handled?  Should the Act stand as it is or should parts of it be modified to reflect current concerns?

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