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Musings on Rhetoric and Labeling in the Post-Snowden Era (Part 2)

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  1. Jimbino says:

    State collection of data regarding its citizens is the serious problem. When the Nazis invaded Holland, it was already too late for the Jews, Gypsies, Gays, Jehovah’s Witnesses and handicapped, because the Dutch government had carefully maintained data on all the residents.

    Trust in a benign government is of no use once a malevolent government takes over.

  2. Monroe Freedman says:

    I have posted on SSRN a short essay titled, Our Inalienable Rights Can Never Be Recovered. The link is:

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