Thlanthorn
4 min readOct 15, 2020

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Universally Accepted Expectations or Constitutional Rights.

The Constitution of the United States and the Declaration of Independence lay out a small number of Rights that are not to be denied to citizens and States. The overall number of these Basic Human Rights is small, reflecting an ideal of freedom from tyranny imposed by government. Some people wish to increase the number of these Rights, most often with the intent of forcing all citizens to be chained to some group’s opinion.

However, there are actions taken by individual citizens that are universally accepted; actions we all expect other citizens are likely to do. I…

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