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Balancing Individual Interests and the Common Good

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Balancing Individual Interests and the Common Good
 

The Constitution holds a natural tension between “the general welfare” and “the blessings of liberty.” To what extent can a government legitimately constrain individual freedom in favor of the common good? At what point do such restrictions threaten its citizens’ fundamental rights? In the face of a global pandemic, increasing inequality, and climate crisis, the way we approach these fundamental questions is critically important. 

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