by Conor Friedersdorf

In Cato Unbound, Glenn Greenwald's essay on the surveillance state is now posted alongside comments by John Eastman, Julian Sanchez and Paul Rosenzweig. Mr. Greenwald has a response up here. It's a good debate, and another illustration of how the liberty versus tyranny framework isn't very useful for assessing liberal arguments.

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