Questioning Freedom: You identify two varieties of conservatism as resurgent in the 1970s and 1980s. One, the more libertarian, antigovernment movement, and the other aimed at restoring a moral dimension to public life. How did these two types of conservatism differ on the issue of individual rights?
Questioning Freedom: Since 9/11 and during the war in Iraq, the threat of terrorism has put a premium on public security, and this has produced friction with the boundaries of civil liberties. How would you assess the situation in light of the persisting tensions between security and freedom in American history?
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