The founding fathers of this country had a vision for the type of morality that would sustain our nation for many generations. The type of national morality they envisioned was evident in many of their writings. The first two sentences of the Declaration of Independence provided us with an insight into the morality they believed was appropriate to form a new nation. Such a morality would lead to the highest level of justice attainable in a country. Their view of morality and justice has been observed through most of this nation's history. However, there have been instances when their view of justice has been set aside. When that occurred, we have had some of the worst breakdowns in justice for large groups of people. This book will examine the consequences and tragedies that have occurred when our justice system has failed.
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June 20, 2007
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