PART I: THE NATIONAL SECURITY STATE
Chapter 1: The Government-Corporate Complex: What It Knows About You
Reason to be afraid #1: Average citizens are subject to ever-expanding surveillance and data collection by the government-corporate complex.
Chapter 2: Official Secrets: Absolute Control
Reason to be afraid #2: Control of information by the government-corporate complex is expanding.
Chapter 3: The Constitution Intact; The Bill of Rights Annulled
Reason to be afraid #3: Rights guaranteed by Constitutional Amendments are becoming irrelevant. Reporting a crime may be a crime and informing the public of the truth is treason.
PART II: THE CORPORATE SECURITY COMPLEX
Chapter 4: Zombie Law: The Corporate Security Campaign That Will Not Die
Reason to be afraid #4: The government-corporate surveillance complex is consolidating. What has been a confidential but informal collaboration now seeks to legalize its special status.
Chapter 5: Financial Reform: Dead on Arrival
Reason to be afraid #5: Financial reforms enacted after the crisis are inoperable and ineffective because of inadequate investigations and intensive corporate lobbying.
Chapter 6: Prosecution Deferred: Justice Denied
Reason to be Afraid #6: Systemic corruption and a fundamental conflict of interest are driving us toward the precipice of new economic crises.
Chapter 7: The New Regime
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