March 8, 2022

Dear Editor,

The invocation of a grand jury comprising citizens of the community was embodied in the Magna Carta of 1215

The American Bar Association reveres the – best described as man’s interpretation of natural law! – Magna Carta, because the rules of precedent developed by the English common law are based on the principle that to be fair, the law must, as far as possible, be predictable.

The development of the common law did not come to an end at the passing of the Human Rights Act.

How might we apply these to issues that affect us? Perhaps we could begin with man and woman?

After all, without man and woman, those promoting social construct of gender would not exist.

Yours,

Howard Hutchins
Victoria, Australia

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