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America's global influence - Merino, Noel ed.
Call Number: 327.73 AME
ISBN: 9780737757071
Publication Date: 2012
Discusses America's global influence providing access to a wide diversity of opinions by stimulating readers to do further research for group discussion and individual interest. Also selections by experts, policy makers, concerned citizens including complete articles and speeches, long book excerpts, and occasional cartoons and boxed quotations.

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Democracy - Kukathas, Kumo ed.
Call Number: 328.1 KUK
ISBN: 9780737739718
Publication Date: 2008
A collection of twenty-one essays that provides varying perspectives on democracy, discussing democracy in the ancient world, American democracy, the universal validity of democracy, and other related topics; and includes critiques of the system by an Islamic male, a socialist, and a libertarian.

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Online Privacy - Currie, Stephen
Call Number: 324.730 CUR
ISBN: 9781601521941
Publication Date: 2012
Examines the development of online privacy, describes the complexities of privacy in the digital age, and discusses issues of privacy in relation to social networking, corporations, the government, and other related topics.

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Understanding your right to freedom from searches - Carsen, Brian and Catherine Ramen
Call Number: 323.44 CAR
ISBN: 9781448846702
Publication Date: 2012
Explains the American Constitutional amendment prohibiting unlawful search and seizure, describes the history of the law, and discusses its enforcement through history and complications in the modern age.

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Privacy Lost: How Technology is Endangering Your Privacy - Holtzman, David H.
Call Number: 323.44 HOL
ISBN: 9780787985110
Publication Date: 2006
Reveals how advances in technology have led to an increase threat to Americans' privacy, discussing how the Patriot Act, government eavesdropping, and the Internet have led to breaches and marketing-related invasions in a citizen's right to privacy.

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