Understand “Privilege” through Etymology 

The Etymology of Privilege 

The word “privilege” derives from the Latin parts “priv” (individual) and “leg” (law). A privilege is a law that applies to only one individual, or to a small, restricted group. This is in stark contrast to a right, which applies to all.

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