A Nigerian man boarded a flight to the U.S. with bombs strapped into his pants on Christmas Day, raising old fears and older questions about how far the government should go to secure the skies. Can we protect personal safety and civil liberties? How much freedom are we willing to sacrifice in order to make commercial air travel safe? Larry Mantle and a panel of experts address the constitutional and security issues at stake in securing commercial air travel in this AirTalk on the road broadcast from the Center for the Preservation of Democracy in Little Tokyo.
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