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If libraries are to continue to flourish as centers for uninhibited access to information, librarians must oppose the provisions of the USA PATRIOT Act that inhibit free expression and stand behind their users' right to privacy and freedom of inquiry. Just as people who borrow murder mysteries are unlikely to be murderers, so those seeking information about Osama bin Laden are not likely to be terrorists. Assuming a sinister motive based on library users' reading choices makes no sense anddoi:10.7282/t3sx6h92 fatcat:ifzpmfxf3nca5fywxovzto5xh4