national id cards

national id cards - Heather Fackelman Due: 11/05/08...

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Heather Fackelman HONP 112 W-5:30-8:00 Due: 11/05/08 “National ID Cards” In his article, Alan Cowell explains that Great Britain had proposed that everyone have national ID cards. Because of the global threat of terrorism, the government was planning on enforcing national identification cards for the first time since the Second World War. A legislator claimed that it was just to heighten fear before a critical election, however. This legislation was to be enforced this year, and this outraged many citizens. Many were not comfortable with the fact that their information would be in government databases and that the information would be abused. Protesters carried stamps in the form of barcodes and said that the government plans were “the moral equivalent of bar-coding the entire population.” Peter Hain commented saying that “people have to be safe to enjoy their liberty,” though. I feel that personal ID cards separate from our driver’s licenses might provide
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2009 for the course ANTH 140 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Montclair.

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