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The Patriot Act: Repeal or Reform?

According to Cato’s Julian Sanchez:

The Patriot Act should not be “repealed,” which I suppose makes it a good thing that nobody is seriously proposing to do so.

Haven’t Ron Paul, Andrew Napolitano, and others “seriously” proposed to do so? I understand Sanchez has written a good deal critical of the Patriot Act’s surveillance powers and in opposition to the growth of the surveillance state, but why it should not be repealed is beyond me.

[LRC cross-post]

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