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The USA PATRIOT Act (Patriot Act) was established after 11, 2001 (9/11) when terrorists attacked the United States september.
The Patriot Act has raised concerns that are many whether or not it infringes from the civil liberties of the people of the nation. Looking back in history, our past presidents developed laws that were the stone that is stepping the ideas that created the Patriot Act. The government’s job is always to protect the social people, but it has a bigger job that will be to guard the world. This has raised many issues involving the Patriot Act and whether or perhaps not it is more detrimental to us than it is helpful. The american people should be concerned with how much power our government has when developing laws governing our civil liberties in relation to the Patriot Act and how it deprives those accused under it of Constitutional rights.
On 11, 2001 the United States (US) experienced the unthinkable when terrorists attacked the country on its own soil september. Read more