JACKSON CENTER EVENTS
However, we must never forget that it is implicit in this philosophy [of the United States Constitution] that the discontented have a duty as well as a right to voice openly their dissatisfaction and that the contented have an obligation to tolerate and answer overt opposition, however distasteful. We must also remember that this concept of liberty had no tolerance of any form of lawlessness, no belief that there could be freedom except under law.
Hon. Robert H. Jackson "Liberty" speech made during his reception of the Medal Award for Distinguished Service in the Law New York, NY. January 30, 1954.