Freedom fades as we grope for answers

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Author(s) Margery Eagan
Source Boston Herald
Date November 16, 2010
Quotes-start.png "Think about your 15-year-old daughter’s breasts being squeezed by some stranger. Think about your pregnant wife being X-rayed, which damages the unborn. Many scientists insist scanners will also increase cancer risk in small children and adolescents. Think of those already sexually molested now facing a public, government-sponsored molestation anytime they take the shuttle to New York." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position New procedures are justified on the topic TSA airport screening procedures controversy.