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Who stands up for liberty in NSA era?

I'd like to thank the editors of The Sun for their objective treatment of the recently uncloaked secret data collection by the National Security Agency, such as publishing the excellent commentary by Raymond Daniel Burke ("The union is preserved, but what of liberty?" July 2). This is a critical service to all freedom-loving Americans.

Norman D. Meadow, Baltimore

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
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