CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 26, 2003
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) Report introduced.
(Santa Cruz: John Blackstone) The campaign against provisions of the Patriot Act, which makes it easier for federal investigators to seize records in bookstores & libraries, examined; scenes shown from Santa Cruz, California. [Bookshop owner Neal COONERTY†- says what you read is not who you are; states investigating what people read will not make us safe from terrorism.] [Librarians Anne TURNER - defends the right to privacy.] [Heritage Foundation Paul ROSENZWEIG†- says the demise of civil liberties is overblown.]
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