Modern society is characterized by heightened complexity in the degree of interdependence among its members. As societies advance, courts are increasingly called upon to strike an appropriate balance among the interests of individuals, society, and government. This Comment addresses certain problems of constitutional jurisprudence that arise when courts attempt to strike that balance. Several cases interpreting the Fourteenth Amendment will be discussed. They present useful illustrations of the nature of conflicts that arise among societal actors.'

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