Share
Explore BrainMass

Individual Rights vs. Public Order

Describe the advantages and disadvantages of "individual rights" vs. "public order in terms of law and the community.

Solution Preview

Hi,

Your tentative outline will be something to the effect:

I. Introduction (e.g. Introduce topic; thesis or purpose statement)
II. Body (e.g., present both sides of the debate; argue on one side or perhaps both are important if this is to be a thesis; then provide three or four pieces of evidence for your argument -such as the advantages)
III. Conclusion (e..g., re-state thesis; sum up main points)

1. Describe the advantages and disadvantages of "individual rights" vs. "public order in terms of law and the community.

The notion of individual rights and public order in terms of law and the community is hotly debated.

In democratic republics such as the United States, the rights of individuals are often the main focus in terms of law and the community. In fact, this is grounded in the Constitution which also establishes the duties of both citizens and government. It is inevitable that there will be conflicts between individual demands for rights and the responsibility of the government to fulfill the social contract to the community by maintaining public order (http://www.civiced.org/index.php?page=912erica).
However, (thesis or purpose statement)...

You will need ...

Solution Summary

This solution describes the advantages and disadvantages of "individual rights" vs. "public order" in terms of law and the community looking at both sides of the argument.

$2.19