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In Jack Engle, one of his representative tradesmen is the carpenter: hardworking, undissembling, generous, and not a little Christ-like.
29) Yet Bill still draws from it the worthy suggestion "that the judicial task of constitutional review should be performed with the same undissembling interest in accuracy as one would bring to his or her own workbench" (30) that the language of squaring constitution and statute provides a useful metaphor of the judge as builder of a proper constitutional edifice in which all angles are true and all corners square.
The nakedness toward which Blake's freedom-fighters all advance held special significance in the antinomian millenarian tradition as an indicator of the new, regenerate humanity which had put off the old, fallen Adam in order to go forth in the absolute equality of unconcealed and undissembling innocence (Harrison 18).