Should U.S. citizens have to give up certain rights in times of war?
Actually have to pay for war.
i.e. During WWII, bonds were sold to pay for materiel. No bonds purchased, no war.
Yes such as rationing of certain products and directing them to The war zone as an example rationing fuel or setting curfews for lights out at a particular time. Citizens must sometimes sacrifice for the war effort.
not sure you're examples are rights, more like privileges.
Ok what do you see as rights?
read the Constitution.
Nope. If they're actually rights, they cannot be infringed upon, or else they are simply privileges.
No. We are always at war.
I say no. However, if the government has probably cause to infringe on a citizen's rights, the government should do so. Otherwise, citizens should always have access to their rights.
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