Daphne Mia Bell

(West Des Moines, Iowa, USA)

Privileges


Guaranteed Rights
Section Five
Affirmative Action Amendment
Specific Provision
Enforcement
Privileges to recognize
First Amendment rights
Freedom of Association
Freedom of Movement
Freedom of the Right to Privacy
Economic Rights
Judicial Enforcement
Eighth Amendment
Protection and Dignity
Of Human Person Outlaw Torture
Inherent Respect for Humanity
Fifth Amendment Provision
Goodwill!
Liberty, Justice and for All!

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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  • Daphne Grant (2/20/2007 4:46:00 PM)

    A very topical point in the UK right now, where privacy is to be invaded at all levels. I like this one. Makes a good point. (Report) Reply

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