1984 Essay | Private Security

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Private Security

Summary: Essay gives a comparison to security in the book "1984" by George Orwell and to security in post 9/11 America, in support of a more secure America.
America has recently raised security at the price of individual freedoms in order to quell the fear of another September 11th attack. Extensive background checks and personal surveillance has many people fearing for their privacy and liberties. Often times people relate the actions of the U.S. to George Orwell's 1984, saying the fictional supreme dictatorship in the novel is close or equal to the system America is implementing in order to keep the country safe. However many people argue that if one has nothing to hide, then one has nothing to fear, and believe that sacrificing a few individual privacies is an acceptable for national security. Although people say that the liberties of the Constitution must never be violated, it's a necessary sacrifice because it brings America closer to a state in which another attack like 9/11 could never happen.

America has taken many steps both large and small...

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