norml21 - Page 62

Page 62 Previous , Next , Original Image
Return to Index

 the price that he pays for governmental
 protection, but it is not within the
 competency of a free government to invade the
 sanctity of the absolute rights of the
 citizen any further than the direct
 protection of society requires° Therefore,
 the question of what man will drink, or eatf
 or own, provided the rights of others are not
 invadedf is one which addresses itself alone
 to the will of the citizen° It is not: within
 the competency of government to invade the
 privacy of a citizen's life and to regulate
 his conduct in mat

Previous , Next , Return to Index