Justice and equal rights for all—under the law of Principle

Justice is one of the cornerstones of civilization. Without a consistently dependable standard of justice, any society would have a tenuous existence at best. At worst that society could become mean, abusive, dehumanizing—a destructive predator feeding off its people's darkest fears.

Yet even in free societies justice must be vigilantly guarded. The people must take special care to ensure that basic rights aren't eroded over time through indifference and apathy or through misunderstanding and prejudice. And one of the most fundamental of all human rights to be preserved vigorously is the free exercise of religion.

April 23, 1990
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