Better Unsafe Than (Occasionally) Sorry?

Johnson, Scott
January 2003
American Enterprise;Jan2003, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p28
Focuses on the controversy over racial profiling that law professor David Harris helped stir up in the U.S. Effect of the move on law enforcement and terrorism prevention; Origins of the issue over racial profiling; Results of a study on racial profiling INSET: How the attack on profiling makes us unsafe.


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