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September 02, 2014

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Peeping-Tom Cops
Last Aired: 3/1/1999

In this edition of Justice Talking, host Margot Adler and her guests take on the vexing issues of police surveillance and privacy in the home. The discussion begins with the case of Minnesota v. Carter and Johns, in which both the Minnesota and the United States Supreme Courts were asked to decide whether a cop acted lawfully when he peeked through a crack in closed blinds, witnessed drug packaging
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Margot's Farewell
Thanks to all our listeners and guests who, over nine years, helped us begin a national conversation on the powers and limits of government, the relevance of our constitution, and the meaning of democracy. Thanks to Annenberg and NPR and, on a personal note, I also owe a debt to the two people who taught me political theory many years ago: Jack Schaar and Sheldon Wolin. –Margot Adler
 
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