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9 Notre Dame L. 381 (1933-1934)


In this article, Clarence Manion warns that to honor the Constitution's form but not its substance is to essentially destroy the document. He opines that "Regulation of persons and things is never justified nor justifiable as an end in itself. Regulation for the sake of regulation is paternalism; but regulation as the only means for individual protection is a bulwark of our traditional American liberty. Regulation finds its only justification in the proof of the fact that it is a necessary means for adequate protection of the citizen's rights.



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