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|1||The Constitution in Turmoil||19|
|Criminalizing Political Dissent||22|
|Interfering with the Right to Freedom of Political Association||27|
|Targeting Perceived Enemies for Detention and Deportation||37|
|2||How the USA Patriot Act Undermines Our Civil Liberties||43|
|Blurring the Line Between Ideology and Terrorism||44|
|Tolling the Death Knell on Privacy||46|
|Stripping Noncitizens of Constitutional Protections||62|
|3||Edging Toward Government by Executive Fiat||67|
|Monitoring the Attorney-Client Communications of Federal Inmates||87|
|4||Silencing Political Dissent||92|
|A Question of Patriotism||93|
|Guilt By Association||103|
|The Rise of Government Secrecy||124|
|5||Reclaiming Our Civil Liberties||135|
|About the Author||167|
Posted February 3, 2012
The right to dissent curtailed? I have seen no evidence of this Of course the abuse and ridicule heaed on anyone who admits to being a Christian, a conservative, or still proud of America has silenced many if those voices through fear of being tagged by one of the hateful labels thar libersls are
so fond of using against anyone who dares to disagree eith them.
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Posted January 4, 2005
A great book for students, activists, teachers and just about everybody. Very well informed and well written. You cannot read this and not be scared and angry at the past injustices and the ones coming just around the corner. Places the USA PATRIOT ACT within its historical context of the ever tightening noose of political repression from the Palmer Raids, the round-ups of Japanese Americans during WW2, Cointelpro of the 1960's, etc,. If you value your voice and your conscience you must read this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 25, 2003
The author writes in a straightforward way and offers clear insight into the dismantling of our Constitutional Rights. Thanks to the author's keen perception and understanding, she is able to take you through the most controversial changes in the new post 9-11 legislation, and allow you to see how easily the Patriot Act *could be abused* to turn rightful protest to fit the crime of 'terrorism'. The book investigates how these new laws give our new 'militarized' government unprecedented new powers never intended by our founding fathers, and how the current Bush/Ashcroft administration is bunkering itself behind a cloak of secrecy in which information is becoming increasingly more and more difficult to obtain by the public, and even by Congress itself. Read our Constitution and Bill of Rights. Then read this book. It will make your hair stand on end. This book is a must for everyone who loves America and wants to defend the ideals, principles and laws on which this country was founded.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 23, 2003
This is a MUST read for all those that want to dissent and fight the system in this day in age. We must know how we have been stripped of our freedom to dissent in this country. This knowledge as activists would greatly encourage and streangthen our cause. The book gives a very clear cut explantion of what the United States Government done to limit our Rights to question our government or even unite and assemble against the government. Those that are blindly patriotic to our country would really like this book as well, its gives them the reasurence they need to know that those "crazy anarchists" protesting in the streets wont get far in their message. However, those "crazy anarchists," so to speak, are getting their voices heard, and it will be a matter of time when the rest of America wakes up and fights for what is right and not for the intrests of the top 5% of this population. Well thats it for this one. PEOPLE UNITE!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.