NPR's Day to Day just aired a soundbite from a Harvard expert who endorsed New York City's random subway searches on the grounds that policy should take into account and validate people's emotional anxiety. In other words, we need to conduct a bunch of random searches so people will feel safer, not because there's good reason to think it'll actually make them safer.
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