|The following is
from private email:
You write that "In 1965, the
Justices made up the idea of 'penumbral rights' in a case
I've been reading Norman F. Cantor's Imagining the
Law, about the foundations of the American legal
system. Cantor says the penumbra idea has been around
since at least Plato's Republic and Laws,
and further states that Cicero's assertions of the
penumbra idea were a main channel for its actual
transmission unto the judicial culture of the Western
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