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They perhaps anticipated that the deprived groups -- the slaves, women et al. would get their 'natural rights' and 'liberty' in the future
Through movements such as the Civil Rights and Women's Lib movements
As is found in the United States
Winston Churchill quote: "The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of misery."
For achieving equality; for rectifying past injustices (e.g., affirmative action quotas); subsidizing certain sectors of the economy such as the steel industry or the agriculture; or curtailment of civil liberties to fight terrorism
Fisher, L. (2001). Zechariah Chafee Jr., Freedom of Speech in War Time. American Constitutional Law, 486-487.
Fisher, L. (December 2, 2001). Bush Can't Rely on the FDR Precedent. L.A. Times, M3.
Fisher, L. (2003). Civil Liberties in Time of War.