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555 (1992), came close to suggesting that some claims to vindicate an undifferentiated public interest in having the executive branch act in accordance with law should be constitutionally uncognizable: "To permit Congress to convert the undifferentiated public interest in executive officers' compliance with the law into an 'individual right' vindicable in the courts is to permit Congress to transfer from the President to the courts the Chief Executive's most important constitutional duty, to 'take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed.
Mack makes this point to stave off Hillel Steiner's claim that individuals must have original rights to all of the physical components involved in acquiring something in order to have an ultimately vindicable title in the acquired object.
the possibility of a belief in God or some God-equivalent, whether vindicable through faith or reason has decisively broken down,.
I'm not suggesting here that democratic ways are universally vindicable.