religion and faith in the brotherhood of man. Primarily from Rome and England, we have derived our humane legal code, which holds that a man is innocent until proved guilty and is not guilty when charged. From the Magna Carte, on through eighteenth and nineteenth century liberalism and our Bill of Rights, has come my conception of the rights of man.
The state is for man, and man must not be a pawn of the state. All of these add up to my belief in the dignity of the individual, in the dignity of yourself and myself as individuals, with freedom to choose and, if we wish, to be unorthodox in the honest choice of our opinions. What Chief Justice Holmes has referred to as “the right of dissent,” that is the right to disagree with authority, is essential for