Doc Lecture 01.25.2010

Doc Lecture 01.25.2010 - LECTURE JAN 25 2010 Police power...

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LECTURE, JAN. 25, 2010 Police power, due process, equal protection, liberty v authority, judicial restraint, clear and present danger, counter-majoritarianism, rational basis, preferred freedoms, fostering national unity/national security, “will of the people”. Mill- truth is provisional from one generation to the next. The only way truth is going to advance is through the pre-exchange of ideas promotes virtue Mill wrote on liberty in response to Tocqueville: America began with political culture (contract and covenant) rather than a state (contract). And national state eventually follows, and was dependent on this political culture (covenant). Tocqueville: tyranny of the majority: political forces in America are (1) Puritanism-the belief that individuals can be able to speak and be heard by other congregants, and government of the church: brings to America a notion of liberty tied to participation and moral discipline. (2) Equality of condition: fostered by geography and law (Inheritance law). Public education: brings
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course DOC DOC 2 taught by Professor Lee during the Fall '08 term at UCSD.

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Doc Lecture 01.25.2010 - LECTURE JAN 25 2010 Police power...

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