"The only protection of every citizen from such deprivation of rights
is a strict adherence to the Bill of Rights by everyone for everyone.
This should be self-evident but the danger of erosion of rights
stems largely from the fact that so many citizens of the majority,
who have never been deprived of any of these rights, find it difficult
to understand what the deprivation of them means in the lives of others."
(1891-1974) Chief Justice, U. S. Supreme Court
"A Republic, If You Can Keep It", p. 48
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