Selective incorporation | Civil liberties and civil rights | US government and civics | Khan Academy

Selective incorporation | Civil liberties and civil rights | US government and civics | Khan Academy


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    Angel Pendragon

    However, a law can be created that adds steps to a faulty system, in order to ensure that another person also doesn't infringe on another person's rights. You do not take away things, you add regulations that are fair for all sides involved, and have sanctions that are balanced.

    So, citizens can carry and own weapons, however, the regulation ensures that these do not lead to harm of other citizens; you also ensure that the system itself and those who are there to represent it are also responsible not only to "enforce" but to participate in an equal level of accountability; both, during service and as a private citizen. All possible.

    Side note: Those who do not like many laws and regulations, if your country's system allows it, a law can be edited so it reflects its present day application. Where it cannot be removed or possesses a threat of stability, it can be partnered with new regulations and laws as I stated above.

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    Chris Burke

    Well done… studying for an exam right now and this helped me better understand selective incorporation and the related cases😁

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