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Posted: 1/28/2006 9:51:08 AM EDT
"At one 1933 hearing, for instance, a Senate subcommittee heard, with no recorded skepticism, calls for a ban on felons riding in automobiles, universal fingerprinting of all citizens, mandatory "papers" for interstate travel, and enactment of national vagrancy laws authorizing warrantless search and arrest of anyone "reputed" to "habitually violate" the laws (with law enforcement officials to testify as to the arrestee's reputation)."

Link Posted: 1/28/2006 10:06:47 AM EDT
Um... sources? Credible, verifiable sources?
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