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Metallica - Kill 'Em All 1983 Track listing 1. 'Hit the Lights' ( James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich ) – 4:17 2. 'The Four Horsemen' (Hetf. And Justice for All (1979) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal...”

It would be easy to fault the Founders for not mentioning women in that statement, unless we remember that to their way of thinking, “men” and “mankind” were acceptable ways to describe groups that include men, women, and children. We might also fault them for allowing slavery to persist, even as they wrote a document about human freedom. What we should keep in mind, however, is that we base our belief that slavery is wrong on the very ideas embodied in the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.

Even though some of their beliefs don’t fit our modern sensibilities, the Founders embraced world-changing ideas about justice and freedom. To appreciate this, it is helpful to understand how people were governed in the centuries before America’s Founding.

Throughout history, most people have been treated unequally by their rulers. Unless one were born into a privileged family or tribe, there was little access to the precious resources that are taken for granted in a prosperous society—things like meat, well-defended shelter, and education. In many cases people might be enslaved, or something close to it. People were treated unequally, both so that the powerful could have more comfort, and because rulers believed most people couldn’t be trusted to make decisions about how society should operate.

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As we have seen, the Founders declared that no one has a right to rule others simply because of the family into which he’s born. Instead, they believed that everyone is born with certain rights and that the law should equally protect people’s freedoms and property.

“That alone is a just government,” wrote James Madison, “which impartially secures to every man, whatever is his own” (James Madison, “On Property,” 1792).

This was important to the Founders because they believed government exists not only to make rules; but also to ensure justice.

As American ideas about equality changed, we enacted laws to free American slaves and to extend voting rights to women and those without property. We moved to stop government agencies from treating African Americans unequally, whether by denying them the right to vote, denying them access to city-owned hospitals, or simply failing to extend to them the same police protection enjoyed by other citizens.

A long period of mistreatment had contributed to substantial poverty in African-American communities, and this was not the only inequality in the United States. A growing economy presents numerous opportunities for people to start new businesses, or find ways to earn money using their particular skills and ideas. Just as varied abilities (and sometimes luck) ensure that different players on a baseball team will score different numbers of runs—even when they’re all playing by the same rules—a free economy yields different rewards. It offers substantial benefits to everyone participating in it, but especially large rewards for people whose luck, skill, or perseverance makes them exceptional.

Despite the Great Depression and two world wars, Americans—even the poorest Americans—saw their standard of living rise tremendously during the twentieth century. Our understanding of equality and fairness was changing, however. While the Founders believed government should protect everyone’s rights impartially, many Americans came to believe that outcomes should be more equal. We began to take money from some individuals to give to others, and to offer special benefits, like preferential treatment for minority-owned firms seeking government contracts. In order to achieve more equitable outcomes, in other words, our government began to treat people unequally.

Some people see this as necessary to pursue equal treatment. Their point is that if the game has been rigged to keep some people from scoring, it is not fair to just start treating everyone equally, because some are now behind in the game. Efforts to redistribute wealth and adjust racial, ethnic, and gender proportions in workplaces and even sports teams are, they believe, necessary to achieve the Founders’ vision of a society where everyone has equal protection under the law.

Others argue that two wrongs do not make a right, and that we are punishing people who did nothing wrong for the sins of their ancestors. People are getting accustomed to living on government programs, they say, creating long-term dependency.

Americans disagree about what our government should do—if anything—given the unequal outcomes that naturally occur in a free society. Thankfully, the Founders crafted a political system we can use to work out our disagreements. What we should avoid, meanwhile, is taking for granted that we will always enjoy the equality our Founders promoted. We each depend on our government to protect our rights equally, but we have to remember that this depends, in turn, on citizens upholding that ideal.

For example, if we see someone who is charged with governing others—whether a senator, a mayor, or even a homeowners association president—allow favored members of the community to get by without following rules, or, worse still, make rules designed to hurt those they disfavor, we should question the justice of this.

Even if we turn out to be mistaken, citizens must be willing to ask such questions, if only to remind ourselves—and our elected officials—that equal treatment before the law is essential to freedom.

Metallica – …And Justice For All (1988) {2018, Deluxe Edition Box set, Remastered, 11CD + 4DVD}
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Total Size: 4.61 GB (CDs) + 28.7 GB (DVDs) + 10.4 GB (Scans) 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Blackened Recordings USA Cat#: BLCKND007RD-1 Genre: Thrash Metal

The limited and numbered box set of the band’s fourth studio album includes the audio remastered and on double vinyl LP and CD with a further ten CDs of audio, including two discs of ‘Riffs, Jams and Demos’, a CD of Rough Mixes and six discs of live material, largely all unreleased. Amongst all this are B-sides and radio edits from the era.

On top of this, you get four DVDs featuring live performance, ‘raw’ live footage, archive camcorder material and more.― superdeluxeedition.com

Additional Info:
• Original Released Date: August 25, 1988
• Released Date: November 2, 2018
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CD 1 – …And Justice For All – Remastered
01. Blackened – 06:42
02. …And Justice For All – 09:45
03. Eye Of The Beholder – 06:25
04. One – 07:26
05. The Shortest Straw – 06:35
06. Harvester of Sorrow – 05:45
07. The Frayed Ends of Sanity – 07:43
08. To Live is to Die – 09:48
09. Dyers Eve – 05:13

CD 2 – Interviews
01. KSDT Interview with Jason – 10:03
02. Circus Magazine Interview with James – 25:15
03. KNAC Report from LA Monsters of Rock – 00:43
04. KHDX Interview with Kirk – 10:14
05. Metal Forces Magazine Interview with Lars – 33:24

CD 3 – Riffs, Jams & Demos
01. Blackened (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes) – 00:36
02. Blackened (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes II) – 03:09
03. …And Justice for All (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes) – 02:38
04. …And Justice for All (1988, From James’ Riff Tapes) – 00:43
05. Eye of the Beholder (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes) – 01:28
06. Eye of the Beholder (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes II) – 00:37
07. One (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes) – 02:22
08. The Shortest Straw (1986, From James’ Riff Tapes) – 01:46
09. The Shortest Straw (1986, From James’ Riff Tapes II) – 00:46
10. Harvester of Sorrow (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes) – 01:09
11. The Frayed Ends of Sanity (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes) – 01:39
12. To Live Is To Die (1986, From James’ Riff Tapes) – 01:30
13. To Live Is To Die (1988, From James’ Riff Tapes) – 00:57
14. Dyers Eve (1986, From James’ Riff Tapes) – 01:11
15. Dyers Eve (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes) – 06:05
16. Blackened (October 1987, Writing in Progress) – 03:23
17. …And Justice for All (October 1987, Writing in Progress) – 00:58
18. …And Justice for All (October 1987 ,Writing in Progress II) – 01:27
19. One (October 1987, Writing in Progress) – 01:09
20. The Shortest Straw (October 1987, Writing in Progress) – 00:51
21. …And Justice for All (November 1987, Writing in Progress) – 08:25
22. The Frayed Ends of Sanity (November 1987, Writing in Progress) – 07:56
23. One (November 1987, Writing in Progress) – 02:17
24. Dyers Eve (November 1987, Writing in Progress) – 05:42
25. Eye of the Beholder (November 1987, Writing in Progress) – 06:51
26. To Live Is To Die (November 1987, Writing in Progress) – 00:55
27. The Shortest Straw (December 1987, Writing in Progress) – 06:45
28. Harvester of Sorrow (December 1987, Writing in Progress) – 05:21

CD 4 – Riffs, Jams & Demos
01. Blackened (November 1987 Demo) – 05:58
02. …And Justice for All (November 1987 Demo) – 08:18
03. Eye of the Beholder (November 1987 Demo) – 06:30
04. One (November 1987 Demo) – 07:07
05. The Frayed Ends of Sanity (November 1987 Demo) – 07:37
06. Eye of the Beholder (January 1988 Demo) – 06:32
07. The Shortest Straw (January 1988 Demo) – 06:47
08. Harvester of Sorrow (January 1988 Demo) – 05:50
09. Dyers Eve (January 1988 Demo) – 06:01
10. To Live Is To Die (January 1988 Demo) – 10:04

CD 5 – Rough Mixes From The Vault
01. Blackened (Work in Progress Rough Mix) – 06:01
02. …And Justice for All (Work in Progress Rough Mix) – 09:49
03. Eye of the Beholder (Work in Progress Rough Mix) – 06:32
04. One (Work in Progress Rough Mix) – 07:13
05. The Shortest Straw (Work in Progress Rough Mix) – 06:39
06. Harvester of Sorrow (Work in Progress Rough Mix) – 05:47
07. The Frayed Ends of Sanity (Work in Progress Rough Mix) – 07:42
08. To Live Is To Die (Acoustic Intro) (Work in Progress Rough Mix) – 02:39
09. To Live Is To Die (Work in Progress Rough Mix) – 08:56
10. Dyers Eve (Work in Progress Rough Mix) – 05:23
11. Breadfan (Work in Progress Rough Mix) – 05:37
12. The Prince (Work in Progress Rough Mix) – 04:25

CD 6 – Live At The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988 + B-Sides
01. Creeping Death (Live at The Troubadour) – 06:54
02. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live at The Troubadour) – 04:32
03. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live at The Troubadour) – 06:59
04. The Four Horsemen (Live at The Troubadour) – 05:49
05. Whiplash (Live at The Troubadour) – 04:18
06. Fade to Black (Live at The Troubadour) – 07:20
07. Seek & Destroy (Live at The Troubadour) – 07:18
08. Master of Puppets (Live at The Troubadour) – 09:00
09. Encore Jam (Live at The Troubadour) – 01:26
10. Last Caress (Live at The Troubadour) – 01:21
11. Am I Evil? (Live at The Troubadour) – 03:44
12. Battery (Live at The Troubadour) – 05:15

CD 7 – Live At The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988 + B-Sides
01. Encore Jam #2 (Live at The Troubadour) – 01:04
02. Harvester of Sorrow (Live at The Troubadour) – 06:47
03. Leper Messiah (Live at The Troubadour) – 05:35
04. Blitzkrieg (Live at The Troubadour) – 05:38
05. Breadfan (Remastered) – 05:43
06. The Prince (Remastered) – 04:26
07. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live at Reunion Arena) – 04:47
08. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live at Reunion Arena) – 06:06
09. Seek & Destroy (Live at Reunion Arena) – 08:43
10. Creeping Death (Live at Reunion Arena) – 08:10
11. Harvester of Sorrow (Live at Seattle Coliseum) – 06:19
12. One (Live at Seattle Coliseum) – 07:12
13. Breadfan (Live at Seattle Coliseum) – 04:16
14. Last Caress (Live at Seattle Coliseum) – 01:39

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CD 8 – Live At The Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988 + Radio Edits
01. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 06:27
02. The Four Horsemen (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 05:14
03. Harvester of Sorrow (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 05:20
04. Eye of the Beholder (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 06:04
05. Bass Solo (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 06:46
06. Master of Puppets (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 07:37
07. Damage, Inc. (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 03:58
08. One (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 08:12
09. Seek & Destroy (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 06:57
10. …And Justice for All (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 07:05

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CD 9 – Live At The Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988 + Radio Edits
01. Encore Jam (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 01:02
02. Creeping Death (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 07:13
03. Fade to Black (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 06:46
04. Guitar Solo (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 06:15
05. Battery (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 04:53
06. Encore Jam #2 (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 03:31
07. Last Caress (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 01:20
08. Am I Evil? (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 03:45
09. Whiplash (Live at Hammersmith Odeon) – 04:00
10. Eye of the Beholder (Radio Edit) – 05:58
11. One (Radio Edit) – 05:02
12. …And Justice For All (Radio Edit) – 05:59

CD 10 – Live At Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7, 1988 + More
01. Blackened (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 02:01
02. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 04:29
03. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 06:10
04. Leper Messiah (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 05:45
05. Harvester of Sorrow (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 05:12
06. Eye of the Beholder (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 06:06
07. Bass Solo (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 06:17
08. Master of Puppets (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 07:28
09. One (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 08:08
10. Seek & Destroy (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 07:09

CD 11 – Live At Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7, 1988 + More
01. …And Justice for All (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 09:47
02. Encore Jam (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 00:49
03. Creeping Death (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 06:54
04. Fade to Black (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 06:32
05. Guitar Solo (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 05:53
06. Battery (Live at Long Beach Arena) – 04:44
07. Last Caress (Live at UIC Pavilion) – 01:19
08. Am I Evil? (Live at UIC Pavilion) – 03:45
09. Whiplash (Live at UIC Pavilion) – 03:51

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