Freedom at Risk: Secrecy, Censorship, and Repression in the 1980s

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Serving as an indictment of the Reagan Administration, this title examines how exaggerated fears of Soviet capabilities, hostility to the concept of an open society, as well as a search for total security and a revolution in constitutional law have institutionalized an attack on the Bill of Rights in ways that will be difficult to eradicate.

Freedom at Risk: Secrecy, Censorship, and Repression in the 1980s 1989, Temple University Press, Philadelphia PA

ISBN-13: 9780877226604

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