Do Ask, Do Tell: When Liberty Is Stressed
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Do Ask, Do Tell: When Liberty Is Stressed
Updates to Bill of Rights II; Essays on Challenges to Free Speech and to Other Liberties
Published:
12/15/2002
Format:
Perfect Bound Softcover
Pages:
216
Size:
6x9
ISBN:
978-0-59526-059-1
Print Type:
B/W
As our culture has placed increasing importance on the individual, it may be time to consider reinforcing our rights. Individual liberties have recently come under severe stress; not only from the necessary war on terror but also from corporate misconduct and well-founded concerns about managing exploding technology, as well a more traditional questions about culture and family values. Many of the affirmative protections in the original Bill of Rights are largely procedural. It would be well to list and review our fundamental rights with a conceptual bottom-up review. These rights would include psychological rights to express to others who we are as individuals and would invoke social rights to ensure basic fairness to all people. How do we reinforce individual rights and, simultaneously, maintain stability. Security and social justice in our society? With many issues, the free market provides a much more dependable means of regulation than can government. But there are some areas where law is essential to maintain real freedom. This book comprises ten essays about balancing individual liberties with increasing concerns about security and stability.
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Bill Boushka is a libertarian activist and gay conservative freelance writer. He is the author of Do Ask, Do Tell: A Gay Conservative Lashes Back, and Our Fundamental Rights and How We Can Reclaim Them. Mr. Boushka was also involved in opposing the Child Online Protection Act in court.
 
 


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