Table of contents for The four freedoms under siege : the clear and present danger from our national security state / Marcus Raskin and Robert Spero ; foreword by Barbara Ehrenreich.

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Foreword By Barbara Ehrenreich	5
TO THE READER: "Red" State or "Blue" State, You Live in the "National Security State"	 6	
What is Past is Prologue: The Clear and Present Danger To Our Freedoms 
From Our National Security State 12 
Part One: Freedom Of Speech 17
Chapter 1: How Free Is Our Speech?	 18
Chapter 2: The U.S.A. Patriot Act Vs. the U.S. Constitution 24 
Chapter 3: September 11: A Golden Opportunity for Conservatives 50
Chapter 4: Lessons About Terrorism the Government Never Learns 61 
Chapter 5: When Is Danger Clear and Present?	72 
Chapter 6: Can the Homeland Ever Be Secure?	85 
Chapter 7: The Right to Vote, The Right to Have It Count	96 
Chapter 8: Do You Already Live In An Authoritarian State? 110 
Chapter 9: Escape From Authoritarianism	132 			 
Part Two: Freedom To Worship 149 								 										 
Chapter 10: Our Religious Sea Change 150 
Chapter 11: Holier Than Thou 168 
Chapter 12: Religious War Without End	174 
Chapter 13: How Silent Must Prayer Be?	187 
Chapter 14: Faith, Science, and Rationality	191 													 
Part Three: Freedom From Want 198 								 										 
Chapter 15: The Business of Hunger	199 
Chapter 16: FDR's Economic Bill of Rights	213 
Chapter 17: The Haves and the Have-Nots	218 
Chapter 18: The National Health	227 
Chapter 19: Who Decides Who Gets Freedom From Want?	240 
Part Four: Freedom From Fear 249 								 
Chapter 20: The United States Goes to War For Power, Peace, and Profit.
 	 Subverts Constitutional Government. And Makes Americans Fearful. 250
Chapter 21: Can You Sign a Separate Peace?	289 
Last Things First: How Come This Liberal Think Tank Has Never Been Wrong? 302
Marcus Raskin and the Institute for Policy Studies	303
Notes 315 
Appendix 367 
Index 369 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Civil rights -- United States.
National security -- United States.