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Why does the word privilege appear so often in U.S. law?
Does the word privilege denounce our right to pursue happiness? Does this word mean that we are slaves to our government? Does privilege mean that equality is not maintained for all? Privilege sounds more like a term of conditions for a slave! Is the Bill Of Rights written in stone that we cannot think as our forefathers did and create more rights for humanity?
Well, there are many modern day examples of "privilage" that still exist today--- particularly "white privilage" which is just an inherent right that we have (yet never truly had to work to earn) based on our color of skin. We aren't subject to racial profiling, we aren't judged as skeptically as Blacks in job applications, etc.
So, it doesn't surprise me that it sounds like terms and conditions for slavery; however, I think privilege in the minds of our Founding Fathers means that we have inherent rights that cannot be denied. We have the opportunities for freedoms that would not be allowed otherwise had they not formed the United States of America. Hopefully that helps a little bit. It's just my own interpretation.
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