Yes Virginia, We Can Have Both Liberty AND Security

Wind, Dorian De
December 2013
Moderate Voice;12/28/2013, p1
Blog Entry
In this article, the author reflects on the U.S. induced war in Iraq that took place in 2003. The author discusses a few letters and reports related war decision taken by U.S. President George W. Bush and his electronic spying program on U.S. citizens, which were published in the american weekly news magazine "Newsweek". The author also discusses issues related to national security, civil rights and liberties.


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