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date: 29 February 2020

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This article discusses areas that involve political issues, which contain ‘preferred freedoms’ or ‘suspect classifications’ that attract higher standards of review. The economic and property interests that are subject to some key exceptions are also discussed. The article traces the pattern of judicial review as it applies to political, moral, and social issues, and moves on to the parallel discussions for matters of economic liberty and private property.

Keywords: political issues, preferred freedoms, suspect classifications, standards of review, economic interests, property interests, judicial review, economic liberty, private property

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