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The Airport Experience: A Journey in Itself

Molly Knefel and John Knefel @ Truthout - In an era of increasing surveillance and eroding privacy, our airports bear little resemblance to the community gathering spaces of our cultural imagination, where families and friends could see each other off and meet at the gate to embrace one another.  Read more.

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