Not even flubbed terror cases can dent law's appeal

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Just about any course would be more just and effective than exposing millions of innocent Americans to the PATRIOT's "sneak-and-peak" info suction provisions. Unless PATRIOT's limitless info-extraction ability is what government officials really, really covet—successful terror prosecutions or not.

Jeff A. Taylor writes the weekly Reason Express.

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