I was re-reading the introduction and it struck me how one sentence sounded like an opinion.
But the Achilles Heel of liberalism is naivete. In practice the law is slow and prohibitively expensive. There is little or no equality when an individual confronts the State or a large company such as an Insurance company.
There is also:
There is an old saying that 'All are equal before the law.'
The belief in equality before the law is called legal egalitarianism.
Who said this or where does this claim come from?
How could this be improved or at least what markup could they can be fixed by other Wikipedians? -JamesPoulson (talk) 21:09, 21 August 2016 (UTC)