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 but advanced by the Supreme Court by finding unconstitutional a
 state or federal statute without relying on the Ninth Amendment,
 have included: the right to earn a livelihood_ Traux_ v Raich,
 239 US. 33, 60 L. Ed. 131 (1915); the right of parents to send
 their children to private school, Pierce v Society o_f th_9
 Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus _an_Ma[/i, 268 U.S. 510, 69 L.
 Ed. 1070 (1925); the right of privacy, Olms_ed Vo United States,
 277 U.S. 438, 72 L. Ed. 944 (1929), (J. Brandeis, dissenting);
 the right of employees to self-organization and chosen
 representations N.L.R.B. vo Jones and L a_ui_hlin Steel CorD, 301
 U.S. I, 57 So Ct. 334 (1937); right of ma:criage and procreation,
 _kiDner v. Oklahoma_, 316 U.S. 535, 62 S. Cto Iii0 (1941), Lovi!l&I
 v. Vi_rgi/_i_!, 388 UoS. _,I 87 So Ct. 1817,_ i[8 L. Ed. i010 (1967);
 freedom of association and privacy in one"s association,
 N.A.A.C.Po V. Aiiabama, 357 U.S. 449, 78 S. Cto 11163 (1957);
 freedom to travel within frontiers, Kent__y Dulles, 357 UoS. 116,
 78 S. Ct. 1113 (1958); right to advice concerning what lawyer a
 union member could confidently reply upon, R_gilroad Trainmen v.
 i_irginia Board of Elections, 383 U.So 663, 86 S. Ct. 1079, 16 L.
 Ed.2d 169 (1966); the right to vote in federal elections,
 _o Mitchell. s 400 U.S 112, 91 So Ct. 260, 27 Lo Ed.2d 272 (1970) 
 It should suffice to merely comment that hy advancing as
 fundamental, individual rights which lack enumeration in the
 federal Constitution, the Supreme Court has reaffirmed the
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