The public has an insatiable interest in criminal law, even though it is civil litigation which is big business in America.
This is a fabulous country. I should know, because I was born in Venice, Italy, in an era when civil rights meant little.
Perhaps no society on earth has been as quick to litigate as the American. Until recently, this was simply an interesting quirk.
Government may occasionally violate the Constitution, and that when it does, a citizen's loyalty may consist of resistance to government.
Pervasive, uniform governmental control means a monolithic oneness, a sameness, an enslaving conformity that denies individuals the freedom to be different and that denies educational institutions the freedom to be truly liberal, that is, broad and varied.