Protecting Our Civil Liberties in an Age of War on Terror: Whose Responsibility is it?

Protecting Our Civil Liberties in an Age of War on Terror: Whose Responsibility is it?

EXTRA CREDIT ASSIGNMENT

Protecting Our Civil Liberties in an Age of War on Terror: Whose Responsibility is it?
Extra Credit Exercise
–Worth up to 10 points on your final class grade.
Due April, 29 before class at @5:30 pm.

Should the American society, in the aftermath of September 11, 2001, and
revelations as 2013 regarding the expansive nature of the surveillance activities of
the National Security Agency, be engaged in a national debate focused on the
the inherent tension between protecting civil liberties and individuals due process
rights while simultaneously increasing domestic surveillance to protect Americans?
 Whose responsibility is it (which branch of government)?
 How do we find the correct balance between security and protecting civil
liberties?
 What about our Fourth Amendment protections?
o The USA PATRIOT Act, of 2001? Expansion of 2011?

Please be expansive. Cite your sources (MLA format).
5-page minimum, please DO NOT re-write the question!!!
 12pt font/Double Space
 Times New Roman

ANSWER.

PAPER DETAILS
Academic LevelHigh school
Subject AreaHistory
Paper Type Essay
Number of Pages5 Page(s)/1375 words
Sources5
Paper FormatMLA
SpacingDouble spaced
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