Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Cato Institue looks back on the policy changes after 9/11

Via Cato.org:
The six years since 9/11 have seen numerous changes in U.S. foreign policy, the role of the federal government, and domestic privacy and security issues. During that time, the United States has won some important victories against Al-Qaeda, but has also suffered some setbacks. On the anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Cato looks back on the policy changes, and considers the implications for this and future generations.


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