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Prof. Eric Freedman’ Letter to the Editor ‘Surveillance, in a Search for Safety’ Published in The New York Times

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On June 19, 2013, Professor Eric Freedman wrote “Surveillance, in a Search for Safety,” a letter to the editor in The New York Times.

EXCERPT:

There is no such thing as perfect safety. Attempting to achieve it by the wholesale surrender of liberty is as discreditable to the American people as it will be ineffectual — freezing creativity and strengthening our enemies by demonstrating a hypocritical distrust of our own ideals.

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