The personal information in the system would stay in the system and never be made public.
The only information on the card would be a person's "name, address, photo, and [finger]print" (Dershowitz 591).
Also, towards the end of the first paragraph, and throughout the second paragraph, the writer spends time clearly attacking these opposing views.
He helps the reader feel like the opposing views might SEEM good on the surface, but they are indeed not good enough.
Public Schools (School Choice) By Mark Liles Thesis: School choice turns out to not only be a bad idea; it’s also a violation of our constitution.
Refutation: Considering the many challenges facing public schools, it’s understandable that many people would be eager to pursue new options.
Education policy would be left in the hands of entrepreneurial think tanks, corporate boards of directors, and lobbyists who are more interested in profit than educating students [Miller and Gerson].
Education should be left in the hands of professional educators and not business people with MBAs.
Perhaps the biggest drawback is that some people believe that these cards would deprive people of their privacy and that for this reason, their disadvantages outweigh their advantages (168).
this is a small loss that would be offset by a great increase in personal security.