Ronald Bailey Reviews Privacy

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Privacy encompasses the real and virtual spaces where you can think your most heretical thoughts without the fear of social and political consequences and where you can seal the bonds of love and friendship. In Privacy, Garret Keizer, a curmudgeonly contributing editor to Harper's, grapples with the meaning and importance of maintaining places where we are left alone to think what we will, love whom we must, and bear the indignities of life's pratfalls. Reason Science Correspondent Ronald Bailey reviews the book.