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The Slow Death of The Bill of Rights essaysTHE SLOW DEATH OF "THE BILL OF RIGHTS" The American way of life changed for all citizens on the morning of …

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As Black defended the Bill of Rights, the interviewer countered by asking whether the court’s decisions hadn’t made it more difficult for the police to combat crime. Quite properly, Black would have none of it:

 

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I have already reported on a dead cat on the line, used to express ''a suspicion that somebody is trying to deceive you.'' (Fred Cassidy of DARE thinks that comes from a dead catfish on a trotline, evidence that a lazy fisherman has not been checking his poles. Others insist the root is a dead feline blocking transmission on a telegraph line.) But if our Carolina source was suspicious of being tricked, what did she mean by ''I'm going to slow-walk you down''? A clue is in a 1962 North Carolina trial: ''Before he began hitting and stabbing his wife with a knife in the city of New Bern, he said, 'I'll slow-walk her.''' Judging by the context in the two citations, I'd say the phrase means ''chastise, punish,'' or in its extreme form, ''stab to death.''


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Slow-walk, the dialect verb, has two senses. The Tennessee sense, as used by Tennessean Thompson, means ''delay.'' Citations are difficult to come by, but the Westlaw database, which covers all court proceedings, has several from Tennessee: ''If I get the idea,'' one judge warned a mother resisting visitation rights to a child's father in 1989, ''that you're dragging your feet or slow-walking the whole situation.. . . '' In a 1973 case, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit referred to testimony in a labor dispute that ''many of the men were simply standing around and were purposely 'slow-walking' the project. . .to stretch out the term of employment.''

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Another politician from the South, President Bill Clinton, used the same phrase at a Democratic dinner late last year, complaining of senatorial delays of his judicial appointments: ''I had a four-year term; they still only confirmed 35 judges -- slow walk and everything. It's like pulling teeth.''

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Slowly but surely, Israeli citizenship is diminishing in the face of the Right’s crusade. Citizenship has been damaged by a regime that is attempting to draw its boundaries according to a specific ideology. And all those who stray from that ideology or oppose it will have their rights compromised. What is the significance of restricting the right of Israeli citizens from demonstrating in front of the attorney general’s house if not an attempt to clamp down on political rights that are part and parcel of our civic participation?

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The 2017 Texas Legislature’s passage of an anti-annexation law amounts to a painfully slow death-by-starvation sentence for Austin. If not reversed, this dynamic, growing city will fall into decline.