Unlike many college students these days, the 300 or so members of Young Americans for Liberty at NC State want freedom and less government. This week the group will be out every day in order to showcase the Constitution.
Last year, the group organized various projects in the Brickyard, including “Occupy GPA.” The demonstration, Benson said, was an effort to compare the Occupy Wall Street movement to students’ distribution of grades and to show the extensive role that government can have in their lives. In another protest, the group had one student dress up in a Transportation Security Administration uniform, pass out flyers and ask questions to raise awareness for certain TSA policies the group says infringe on personal privacy rights.
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