Forget about the NSA spying on you. Much more devastating is the Bank Secrecy Act of 1970 which was significantly strengthened after 9-11. This Act turned Banks and other financial institutions into spies for the U.S. Government, in particular the IRS.
This book discusses specific reasons why the Founders placed the Fourth Amendment-the right to privacy, the right to be left alone by Government-in the U.S. Constitution. It highlights how Congress, aided by the Supreme Court, has trampled on this extremely important individual right. Luckily, within these pages, there may be hope on the horizon!