A documentary that investigates the ways in which the civil liberties of American citizens and immigrants have been rolled back since the September 11 and the Patriot Act.

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Aquil Abdullah ...
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John Ashcroft ...
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A documentary that investigates the ways in which the civil liberties of American citizens and immigrants have been rolled back since the September 11 and the Patriot Act.

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5 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Unconstitutional: The War on Our Civil Liberties  »

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With majority rule comes responsibility
15 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A must see, especially for conservatives who never took the time to understand where this was all going because they were too busy panicking over the next terrorist attack. They've invalidated the Constitution in the name of fear. Lets hope the majority will wake up and smell the coffee someday.

I read the released version of the patriot act, and it is at least what is depicted in this documentary.

Yes, this documentary has spin, but so do school text books.

The fact is there is no reason to go without civil liberties for citizens when very few citizens have ever been detained for terrorist activities using the partriot act.


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