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Particularly ominous in the balancing test is its recognition that, where the government employs the means least-restrictive of individual freedom to accomplish its end, it may abridge a fundamental liberty if the interest it seeks to achieve is “compelling”—in short, may do precisely what the Constitution explicitly forbids if its spokesmen adduce a reason that satisfies a majority of the Supreme Court.

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