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Law evolved in U.S.?

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Submitted by Claire (United States), Apr 26, 2008 at 01:36

I think the law has evolved in its interpretation to fit situations as they arise. But I think a lot of what has happened is people have failed to learn vicariously from the founders, and so they seek to repeat mistakes the founders sought to ameliorate when they wrote the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

I also see more people questioning belief these days in the U.S., and I consider that a very healthy next step. I'd like to see that occurring world-wide.

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