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Contracting and the surveillance lobby

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Here’s a good point from blogger Matt Yglesias: I think the more interesting issue is how it alters the lobbying dynamic. An established government bureaucracy has, of course, considerable capacity to lobby on behalf of its own interests. That’s particularly true when the bureacracy’s leadership can claim possession of secret information. But it’s also constrained in certain respects. The...

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