We have government-recognized rights to privacy.
Thursday, July 3, 1997
Civil rights and liberties are expressed in the Constitution as abstractions. They need to be translated into the reality of flesh-and-blood human experience. When the Supreme Court failed to do this, it created a growing disparity between a mechanical reading of the text, and the realities of life...
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