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Laurence H. Tribe

Bush stomps on Fourth Amendment

By Laurence H. Tribe
May 16, 2006

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THE ESCALATING controversy over the National Security Agency's data mining program illustrates yet again how the Bush administration's intrusions on personal privacy based on a post-9/11 mantra of ''national security" directly threaten one of the enduring sources of that security: the Fourth Amendment ''right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches ... (Full article: 822 words)

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