William F. Buckley questioned Ronald Reagan in 1967 about the expanding powers of the United States Supreme Court. By enlarging and increasing rights the Court violates the personal rights of Americans, Reagan said. "We have the freedom of speech, you and I. But if we continue in the policy and the interpretations of the Court I can expect someday, that the Court will rule that you and I have the right to force these people to listen. And, I don't think we do have that right." Reagan said.
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