YES; so what ???
I thought the meaning was obvious.....modern times,
ie rapid changes and small adjustment times, have produced anti-social behaviour.
That can be good; as Individuals
, we shoud be cognizant of the dangers of society; keep it on a short leash.
What worked in the past does not work now.
Well, it can work to keep government weak and starved and inoffensive (blessings be unto Heinlein).
the important thing, insofar as domestic jd is concerned.
Laws are added to stop a minority from adversely affecting the majority.
Depending on the specific circumstances, that can be OK, or not.
The dispositive consideration is whether government was granted
the jd in question.
As individuals, we owe it to ourselves to be very stingy with domestic jd.
Personal freedom and domestic jd of government are INVERSELY PROPORTIONAL.
The greatest handicap to the USA is its constitution AND decentralised system.
As citizens, we need to be alert to take every opportunity
to curtail, strangle, choke and degrade the domestic jd of government. Keep the monster chained to its slab in the lab.
Don 't let it get loose n run amuk. We MUST handicap
the damned thing (government), and use the Constitution to do that!
Keep it on a short leash. Demoralize it; break its spirit. Thanx for the reminder.
In the founders days, it would take days even weeks to travel the length of the country. Now it is hours.
That does NOT
grant additional domestic power to government.
The old "sense" is dead and people are stressed at the pace of change.
Let 'em complain to their bartenders n psychologists.
Some of the legal framework is old and inadequate whilst other parts are new and distressing.
That 's OK; no problem.