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June 14, 2007


Ed Trompke

The decision is a bit long, but upholds our long tradition that even monarchs cannot imprision (sometimes violent) dissenters without judicial oversight to protect the individual as well as the state. That tradition was not even novel to the Stuart kings, but it was ignored then too. Of course that led to a violent rebellion, which is why we prefer the rule of law. Thanks for posting it, Paula.

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