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    Are there any circumstances when America could or should suspend the rights guaranteed in the constitution? If so, might it be difficult to recapture those rights, once suspended?

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    The United States and the Constitution are based on a social contract. This social contract is modeled after Locke's theory of the social contract where the basic tenets were that society is formed with the right to life, liberty and property. These are the basic rights of the Constitution. However, when individuals entered society and agreed to the ...

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    This solution discusses the suspension of rights guaranteed in the constitution.