National Security and Civil Liberties: Can They Peacefully Coexist?
Nashua NH--Government leaders are risk-adverse when it comes to national security. Those same leaders sometimes use national security to gain political advantage. Historically, national security measures have infringed on free speech, privacy and personal liberty. In our complex society, how can we preserve our liberty and remain personally and nationally secure?
Richard Hesse, Professor Emeritus at the UNH School of Law, returns to Nashua Community College on Thursday, September 14th at 7pm to discuss timely issues in our society. This presentation is in conjunction with the college’s celebration of Constitution Day.