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This kind of absolutism comes at a cost. When rights are perceived as absolute, judges can get nervous about declaring them. The Supreme Court laid those anxieties bare when it denied the right to an education in 1974, worrying openly that such a right might portend a right to food or shelter. The court in 1987 rejected a right to avoid execution based on proof of racially biased prosecution and sentencing practices, reasoning that recognizing such a right “throws into serious question the principles that underlie the entire criminal justice system.” … [Read more...] about Op-Ed: Americans are obsessed with ‘rights.’ In the pandemic, that’s killing us