The queer thing about the mania for "control" of the future is that it goes with a complete disregard of the consequences and implications that can be foreseen—for example, the suppressions which are required to establish the power demanded for "control." People seem to have forgotten the difference between principles and material objectives. The test of anyone's fitness to live in a given social environment comes in sex relations." Any Sedition Act is unconstitutional, and subverts the first principles of the American political structure. Any country is always in danger of losing its freedom. Unionizing is a measure of prudence, and though unions are subject to error in policy and are sometimes exploited by grafters and racketeers, their legal suppression means the flat suppression of freedom. "The troubles of people proud and angry dust are from eternity, and shall not fail.".