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An expert on foreign policy and national security issues, Dr. Halperin held many academic and governmental positions prior to assuming his ACLU post. He is the author of numerous books and articles on foreign affairs, national security, and civil liberties. Also in this series THE RIGHTS OF ALIENS AND REFUGEES THE RIGHTS OF AUTHORS AND ARTISTS THE RIGHTS OF CRIME VICTIMS THE RIGHTS OF EMPLOYEES THE RIGHTS OF GAY PEOPLE THE RIGHTS OF OLDER PERSONS THE RIGHTS OF PATIENTS THE RIGHTS OF PRISONERS THE RIGHTS OF SINGLE PEOPLE THE RIGHTS OF STUDENTS THE RIGHTS OF TEACHERS THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN THE RIGHTS OF YOUNG PEOPLE YOUR RIGHT TO GOVERNMENT INFORMATION YOUR RIGHT TO PRIVACY AN AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION HANDBOOK The Right To Protest The Basic ACLU Guide To Free Expression Joel M.
Although the First Amendment only mentions Congress, it has been interpreted as limiting the other branches of the federal government as well. The First Amendment restricts the power of government to restrain political speech and association, while the Fourth Amendment curtails the power of government to surveil or scrutinize political activists by protecting people against unreasonable searches and seizures or other invasions of political privacy by government. Finally, the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution, which stipulates that no state may "deprive any person of life, liberty or property, without due process of law," assures that state and local government agencies or officials are likewise bound to respect the rights of citizens and honor the restrictions on government contained in the First and Fourth Amendments.
Government monitoring, investigating, and surveilling of politically active groups can have almost as restrictive an impact on advocacy by such groups as direct government prohibition of such advocacy. In order to justify such actions, the government has often claimed the need to guard against subversion and disorder by learning the plans and programs of dissident groups. Until recent years, there were few if any judicial, legislative, or executive controls on such monitoring. Following revelations of FBI, CIA, and local police spying on civil rights activists, antiwar protestors, and other dissenters, steps were taken to impose significant control on such law enforcement overreaching.