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The Constitution and the Bill of Rights, 85 American Society of International Law Proc. 199 (1991)

Abstract

In this, the bicentennial of the Bill of Rights, it is worth talking not just about what our Constitution constitutes (i.e., our structure ofgovernment) but also about what it protects (i.e., the rights ofindividuals to be free from governmental interference and to be free to pursue self-fulfillment).

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1991

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