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With recent revelations about the National Security Agency's expansive data-collection efforts, we look in our vault to May 12, 2006, when our panelists discussed the fallout over a secret NSA program that tracked millions of phone calls during the Bush administration. The discussion highlights an historic debate over how far the government should go in surveillance of Americans.
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