September 11. This date is a scar on the American calendars. The day that brought America to its knees. The day terrorism reached our shores. Thousands lost their lives while millions were left in awe as the shockwave rattled the world. Terrorism could no longer be ignored.
But who?fs to say that this attack could not have been prevented What could we have done What type of intelligence would have to be acquired as a protective measure The Government grasped this bull by the horns by instituting the Uniting and Securing America by Provide Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act, or USA PATRIOT Act. Though this bill shreds independence and privacy, it was passed by a huge margin. America had not seen the bill not to mention had time to review the 326-page document. Purposeful or not, has the government used the terrorist attacks of 9/11/01 to watch over the people of the United States Has the PATRIOT Act given the federal government too much power Is America?fs privacy at stake
Terrorism is defined in the US by the Code of Federal Regulations
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