The Life of William O. DouglasBook - 1980
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"The philosophy of the First Amendment is that man might have full freedom to search the world and the universe for the answers to the puzzles of life." (William O.) Douglas wrote. "Unless the horizons are unlimited, we risk being governed by the prejudices of a bygone day. If we are restricted in art, religion, economics, political theory, or any other great field of knowledge, we become victims of conformity in an age where salvation can be won only by nonconformity."
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