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Receipts represent a kind of extralegal self-sufficiency.
Conversely, bad-faith construction consists in opportunistically using the discretion inherent in implementing the Constitution to evade either its original letter or spirit (or both) in pursuit of their own extralegal preferences.
Turning the inhumane, illogical, and often extralegal weapons of this war against yet more enemies would serve only to degrade our legal and political culture further.
Trump's hair-trigger Twitter finger, now invested with the power of his office, could provoke a dangerous, extralegal response.
Trump’s decision is a relatively modest way to roll back what is clearly an extralegal act.
This made extralegal violence less necessary for those who hate, for in many cases, the law had their backs.
Some of these groups have initiated extralegal violence.
Wu Xiaohui, the chairman of Anbang Insurance Group, went the way that communist members who fall afoul of the system do, vanishing without official explanation into the party’s extralegal detention system.
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