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2 Author(s)
Walter, C. ; Coll. of Educ., Houston Univ., TX, USA ; Richards, E.P.

The old federalism resulted in the establishment of basic rights that are protected from infringement by government. The new federalism results in extensions of both the scope of one's rights and the scope of their protection. The scope of natural rights protected is determined by the inalienability of such rights for all men. The scope of their protection depends on such issues as the points of overlap of the individual rights of the parties, the extent to which the parties engage the public in their transduction, etc. When do the rights of one party yield to the conflicting rights another? A logical standard is the extent to which each party has a claim based on a natural right or freedom. You may elect to constrain your right to free speech if you know I will exert my right to privacy and collect money damages from you if you tell a malicious lie about me.<>

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Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 4 )