Usa Patriot Act and Airport Screening Case Study

Usa Patriot Act and Airport Screening Case Study

Discussion Question: Read the following materials:

  • CASE STUDY: THE USA PATRIOT ACT AND AIRPORT SCREENING: LIBERTY VERSUS SECURITY (textbook: page 310 to 314)
  • Fox, Mark (2013) “The PATRIOT Act: Liberty Afire,” Themis: Research Journal of Justice Studies and Forensic Science: Vol. 1 , Article 3

Please respond to the following questions:Do you agree with Jefferson’s claim that some restrictions on liberty may be necessary to preserve the republic and the remaining liberties that exist? Or do you agree more with Benjamin Franklin, who said: “Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both”?

Review the readings and video surrounding the Patriot Act case study and consider the case as you form your response. How does this particular case influence your opinion?

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Respond to two peers by stating whether you agree or disagree. Then, support your statement with evidence and/or examples.

Your comments should be at least 200 words and reference the weekly instructional materials and assigned readings to support your discussion. Remember to cite your sources using APA style.

By Sunday at 11:59 p.m., respond to any two peers. Your response to each peer should be at least 150 words.

Follow the directions and guidelines to complete your discussion:

  • To begin the discussion, click on Create Thread to start your entry.
  • Your discussion thread and responses should be thorough, thoughtful, and substantive.
  • Use APA format to cite any material you take directly from a source or paraphrase.
  • Your initial response is due by Thursday at 11:59 p.m.

You must respond to two of your peers’ threads by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. A rubric will be used to assess your responses.