By returning to an ideology that allows terrorism and civil disobedience to be differentiated in both definition and penalty, people will be more secure in their rights to free speech and political opposition. The loss of civil liberties is already occurring in the United States, but there is still a chance to prevent it on an international level. The United Nations, with careful consideration of civil liberties in their development of an official policy against terrorism, can serve as an example to the United States and the rest of the world. Security is necessary, but not at the expense of the civil liberties of the citizens of the world.
Civil Liberties: The Line Dividing Environmental Protest and Ecoterrorists ■ DeMond Shondell Miller, Rowan University ■ Jason David Rivera, Rowan University ■ Joel C. Yelin, Rowan University W ith worldwide environmental degradation, environmental groups around the globe are seeking to exercise freely their right to protest and redress natio
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