The unwanted gaze: the destruction of privacy in america [Book Review]

@article{Cherry2001TheUG,
  title={The unwanted gaze: the destruction of privacy in america [Book Review]},
  author={S. Cherry},
  journal={IEEE Spectrum},
  year={2001},
  volume={38},
  pages={67-67}
}
If it is appropriate for the state to say that individuals may not discriminate in employment because of color or race or religion, then it is equally appropriate for the state, provided a majority can be found to vote that way, to say that individuals must discriminate in employment on the basis of color, race or religion. The Hitler Nuremberg laws and the laws in the Southern states imposing special disabilities upon Negroes are both examples of laws similar in principle .... 2 
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