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155) The Religion Clauses primarily advance dignitary interests and seek to prevent conflict due to religious preferentialism, while the speech, press, assembly and petition clauses advance popular sovereignty.
For analysts, this is a particularly important move because, for the first time, it really allows us to assess the issue of choice between trade forums on the part of the Japanese government--multilateralism and what is more accurately described as preferentialism, whether bilateral or regional.
34) The problem arises here, though, of moving the will beyond individual sentiment; that is, evaluating what is willed on a basis beyond preferentialism.