Constitutional government and individual liberty are cornerstones of the American way of life. They are vital issues in the world-wide struggle between freedom-loving nations and the police states. This conflict involves two opposing and irreconcilable ideologies. One champions and the other repudiates constitutional government and individual liberty One recognizes the dignity of man and his inalienable natural rights and freedoms, the other stands for the all-powerful state in which the individual is a mere cog in the machine.
Orie L. Phillips,
The Function of the Courts in Maintaining Constitutional Government, and Individual Rights and Freedoms,
28 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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