Vigilance and The Price Of Freedom


Citation:
Hancock, P.A., & Szalma, J.L. (2003). Vigilance and the price of freedom. Gateway: Human Systems Information Acquisition Center, 13(4), 5, 20.

Abstract:
When we have to act as a concerted group or use of convenience, such as mass transportation then individual freedoms come into conflict with collective rights. Conjoint and reciprocal security intrinsic to social interaction is being sought now more visibly in aviation and somewhat less visibly in other forms of transportation and communication. Perhaps in advancing security in their own realm, aviation professionals can set the common example.

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