Why the American Government has the authority to take away our rights during the time of War and that National Security supercedes the rights of the people.
When the United States is engaged in military conflict, do the demands of national security supercede conflicting claims of individual rights?
" ...Only the greatest dangers can outweigh that of changing the public order, and the sacred power of the laws should never be interfered with except when the safety of the country is at stake". Because I agree with these words given by a great philosopher of the social contract, Jean Jacque Rousseau1, that I affirm the question.
The question gives the circumstance in which we debate whether or not national security ought to super…
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