Make the Terrorists Do the Profiling

Jillette, Penn
March 2002
Regulation;Spring2002, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p68
Academic Journal
Comments on the issue of racial profiling in U.S. airports. Contribution of a free and secular society to the prevention of terrorism; Arguments against racial profiling.


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