Bob Higgs: The Relentless March of the U.S. Police State

“The question is: how much farther must we travel down this road before people will be compelled to admit that ‘the land of the free’ is more a reassuring myth than a description of the land in which we actually live—to recognize that the freedoms to go shopping and browse the Web are not enough to make a society genuinely free?”

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