The Bush Administration has shamelessly used the War on Terrorism as an excuse to operate a secret government that restricts every American's civil liberties while deepening its costly entanglements with avaricious corporations, which are given expanding power, privileges, and immunities. History teaches us that such practices will lead to serious mistakes and boomeranging policies harmful to our country.
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Ralph Nader, Consumer Advocate
Marc Rotenberg, Electronic Privacy Information Center
Michael Pertschuk, Former Chair, Federal Trade Commission
Ralph Neas, People for the American Way
Joan Claybrook, Public Citizen
John Passacantando, Greenpeace
Lee Tien, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Lois Gibbs, Center for Health, Environment, and Justice
Kathryn Montgomery, Center for Media Education
Coralee Whitcomb, Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility
Jeff Chester, Center for Digital Democracy
Kay McVay, California Nurses Association
Troy Duster, Professor of Sociology New York University
Lawrence Ferlinghetti, City Lights Books, Booksellers and Publishers
Seymour Melman, Professor Emeritus, Columbia University
Nicholas Johnson, Former Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission
Candace Campbell, American Association for Health Freedom
Brent Blackwelder, Friends of the Earth
Harvey Rosenfield, Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights
Robert Bulmash, Private Citizen, Inc.
Audrie Krause, NetAction
Deborah Peel, MD, Mental HealthCARE Foundation
Joanne Doroshow, Center for Justice and Democracy
J.C. Pierce, Consumer Task Force for Automotive Issues
Deborah Pierce, Privacyactivism
Oscar Gandy, Jr., University of Pennsylvania
Theresa Amato, Citizen Works
Lynne Bernabei, Civil Rights Lawyer
National Consumers League
Cornel West, Princeton University
Edgar Cahn, Professor of Law, University of the District of Columbia and Author
Ken McEldowney, Consumer Action
Robert Weissman, Multinational Monitor
Evan Hendricks, Editor/Publisher, Privacy Times
Chris Townsend, United Electrical Workers Union
Remar Sutton, Co-founder, Privacy Rights Now Coalition
David Korten, People-Centered Development Forum
Robert Engler, Professor Emeritus, City University of New York
Dal LaMagna, ProgressiveShadowGovernment
Judy Wicks, White Dog Cafe
Gerry Spence, Trial Lawyer and Author
Stanley K. Sheinbaum, Publisher
Manon Ress, Consumer Project on Technology
Manning Marable, Professor of History and Political Science, Columbia University
Tim Robbins, Actor
Susan Sarandon, Actor
Edward Asner, Actor
Tom and Cathy Crain
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