Is the right to travel a fundamental right inherent to citizens, which cannot be
Is the right to travel a fundamental right inherent to citizens, which cannot be abridged? Is this idea, well established in our history as Americans? Discuss the various new screening systems that may have civil liberties advocates concerned for various reasons including for mistaken identities or for the treatment of every individual as a “possible terrorist”. Do the nation’s new airport and screening security measures have to push aside basic civil freedoms in order to safeguard the nation from the use of planes or other forms of transportation in future terrorist attacks? What about the nation’s other forms of travel…?