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Civil Liberties, the War on Terrorism, and the Constitution: University of California at Davis

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From October 15-19, 2012 The Future of Freedom Foundation and the Young Americans for Liberty co-sponsored a College Civil Liberties Tour that brought a panel of three lawyers – a libertarian, a liberal, and a conservative – to five campuses on the West Coast. The three panelists, inluding Jacob G. Hornberger, Glenn Greenwald, Bruce Fein, and along with moderator Jack Hunter, explained to the students that the U.S. government’s military empire, war on terrorism, and interventionist foreign policy constitute a dire threat to the civil liberties of the American people.

The video above is from the second stop of the tour on October 16, 2012, at the University of California at Davis.

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